A Blacquer but brighter future for Resolute Ink

blaqcompWith the ever demanding textile and DTG market there is no time to stand still where development is concerned. Ink technology for DTG and screen positives has come along way in the last 10 years and it is showing no signs of slowing down, especially not at Resolute.

Resolute is very excited to announce the launch of two products, one brand new and one brand new to the company.

Resolute Brite, a CMYK ink set designed with brighter images in mind and better durability. This new DTG ink enters the market at a competitive price and will be available mid November 2015. Existing users can simply top up when changing over as both versions of the ink are compatible and will cause no problems that would normally require expensive tube flushing. The improvements in washability come at no extra cost and in most cases the new Resolute Brite will actually save money.

Resolute will release an updated profile for R-Jet 5 users allowing full utilisation of the vivid colours, available by online update details of this will be posted on the Resolute Blog section of www.resoluteink.co.uk as soon as the new ink is available to order.

Blacquer ink, designed for Epson based printers allowing them to make screen positives, is now available on the Resolute Ink website. Resolute has added this product due to customer demand and also in line with future developments in screen making for both film and the CTS process.

Don’t forget Resolute also stock a wide range of products including LED UV Printers, TastyJet food printers and the Tajima range of high quality embroidery machines, click the links below for more info.


For further information on garment, food and UV decoration please contact the sales team:-

Resolute DTG Ltd, Unit 2, Turnoaks Lane, Chesterfield S40 2HA

Tel: 01246 202686

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