Inkcups to showcase four of its leading pad printers, one laser plate-maker at Texprocess Americas 2022 on May 17-19 in Atlanta; show allows clothing, sewn products industry to connect with machinery, technology services for development of sewn products

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DANVERS, Massachusetts , May 17, 2022 (press release) –

Global printing industry leader Inkcups announces that it will showcase four of its leading pad printers and one laser plate-maker at Texprocess Americas 2022. As the largest sewn products and technology trade show, Texprocess Americas is co-produced by SPESA and will be held on May 17 – May 19, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. The show allows leaders in the clothing and sewn products industry to meet with others focused in machinery and technology services for the development of sewn products.

At booth #951, Inkcups will display the company’s Brite, B100, 2200-PS, B150, and CobaltONE. The Brite Tagless pad printing machine is best known for its ability to print highly opaque white ink onto dark-colored fabric material. An easy-to-use tabletop pad printer, it is ideal for printing on black or dark clothing. The Brite pad printer paired with the SB Brite Ink offers the brightest white on dark materials without fading. At the show, the Brite machine will be printing on black polyester t-shirts.

An Inkcups best seller, the B100 pad printer is a tabletop, one-color machine that can be equipped with a tagless garment fixture. The B100 also features the patented VersaCup® ink cup assembly, with two-sided ceramic ring and tool-less set up to support rapid job changeover. Designed to handle parts up to 4.25 inches tall, including the part fixture, the B100 has a robust pad compression capability of 120lbs at 80 PSI. The B100 is perfect for demanding, heavy-duty apparel decorating and label needs.

The 2200-PS is a two-color pad printer equipped with a heavy-duty, dual-position pneumatic pad-slide mechanism. The pad slide simplifies part fixturing and ensures flawless second-color registration on clothing. The 2200-PS’s membrane touch control also simplifies the set-up process. Ideal for larger volumes, the 2200-PS pad printer utilizes a 90mm VersaCup® ink cup assembly printing images up to 3.1 inches in diameter. This machine is the best solution for 2-color label tag printing.

A large-image pad printer to be featured at the show is the B150, a versatile benchtop printer for tagless one-color applications. The B150 is a versatile large-image pad printer of the highest caliber due to its ability to house a 150mm VersaCup®, producing a 5.5 inch diameter print. The B150 along with the B100 and 2200-PS pad printers will be printing on white T-shirts.

Finally, the CobaltONE machine is a laser plate maker. This compact fiber laser etches the finest detail in the industry and has the ability to support multiple pad printing machines in a production facility.

To learn more about these machines, please visit Inkcups at the show.

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