Correction: InkTec Still Produces LFP Consumables

Last month, Recycling Times wrongly reported that InkTec stopped production of large format printing (LFP) consumables. According to InkTec’s Rick Kim, “We will stop producing some compatible inks for out-of-date desktop printers due to low demand, but InkTec still has put a lot of effort into the development of new inks and continues to produce and supply over several hundred inks for desktop printers. For the LFP products, we keep on producing a wide range of inks and consumables for the large format printing industry. ”

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About InkTec

InkTec enjoys a great reputation in inkjet inks for desktop printers, both narrow- and wide-format. Thanks to its superior quality and customized services, and through continuous R&D and the company’s diversification, its business range has expanded into LFP products. Moreover, with its accumulated experience and technology for inkjet applications, in 2005 InkTec completed the development of silver, transparent electronic conductive (TEC) inks. Its nanotechnology capabilities can be potentially applied in all industries such as: RFID Tag, PCB, Reflective Film, Displays and many more applications.

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