Kiian Digital launches fluorescent textile inks

Kiian Digital has announced a new set of fluorescent transfer sublimation inks, with vivid pink, yellow and green available. These are designed for attention-grabbing graphics on sportswear and other textile printing applications. The new inks offer excellent drying properties, high chromatic performance and a wide colour gamut.

They will be sold as part of the company’s Digistar range, which are matched to specific printheads. The new green inks are only available for the Digistar HD-One range for Epson piezo-print heads.

“Bright colours on textiles have never been more important and, by providing popular fluorescent colours for digital printers, we’re enabling vibrant sportswear to be readily available virtually on-demand, for time-sensitive events as well as normal use,” says Alessandra Borghi, Sales Director at Kiian Digital. “It’s not just sportswear; digital textile printing is becoming an increasingly important factor in fashion and interior décor where colour, performance and immediate availability are also crucial.”





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