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'Diamond Etch' Ink For Glass And Stainless Steel From Inkcups Now Corporation

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'Diamond Etch' Ink For Glass And Stainless Steel From Inkcups Now Corporation

Press release date: August 8, 2008

Inkcups Now Corp. unveils 'Diamond Etch' Ink imitating engraved look on glass and stainless steel items such as Champaign glasses, travel mugs and souvenirs. The unique ink allows mimicking a sand-blasted or laser-etched appearance using pad printing or screen printing. "With 'Diamond Etch' ink you don't need a laser," says Inkcups Now representative, "Several customers have already tested it on cups and wine glasses with excellent results. They found that for long runs, printing allows time savings over laser etching, while yielding very similar appearance and extremely durable graphics." As all Sapphire Ink Series (, "Diamond Etch" ink has high mechanical and chemical resistance and complies with California Proposition 65. Find more information at or contact Inkcups Now at 978-646-8980 or More information on Diamond Etch ink for glass and stainless steel: About Inkcups Now Corp: Inkcups Now is a one-stop supplier for the decorators of 3-dimensional products. ICN offers a complete line of pad printing machines & supplies, screen printing equipment and supplies plus computer-to-plate laser etching machines & laser plate makers as well as flatbed inkjet printers. ICN supplies companies in the promotional product, electronics, medical, automotive, tagless garment and other industries. In addition to supplies and machines, ICN provides a range of services: training, plate making, laser engraving, color matching and mixing, ink adhesion testing. Through J3 Global Finance, a closely held subsidiary, Inkcups Now facilitates leasing of the full line of ICN equipment. Corporate offices are located in the US (MA, CA, GA, RI, AZ) and Canada (ON). Inkcups Now Corporation
20 Locust St.
Danvers, MA 01923 USA Press contact:
Maria Savelyeva Technical contact:
Mike Bissel


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