Seiko I Infotech announces world’s first solvent-based fluorescent inks for wide format inkjet printers

Seiko I Infotech will launch two new neon inks for its ColorPainter W series printers. The new neon inks are the world’s first solvent-based fluorescent inks for wide format inkjet printers. These new inks will expand the application of the ColorPainter W series into night graphics, or backlight graphics in night clubs, casinos, laser tag facilities, bowling alleys, arcades, professional events, retail POP and amusement parks. The printed image has eye catching vividness under the normal lighting and it glows under black lighting, so they are suitable for various eye catching applications.

The neon inks are available in two colors, Neon Yellow and Neon Pink, which are used in combination with the ColorPainter GX ink set. Neon inks can be printed not only as Spot colors, but also as part of traditional CMYK Process color. Mixing those two colors with other colors also gives fluorescent effect to the other colors, creating a wide range of interesting and unique output possibilities. The neon inks will be supplied in 500ml cartridges, and are only compatible with the ColorPainter W series printer when configured with 6 print heads.

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