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Ink Cup Ring maximizes ink usage during pad printing.

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May 28, 2013 - Designed to fit into sealed ink cup where it agitates ink as cup slides across¬†cliché, Ink Saver-Ring is suitable for pad printers that use bi-component inks or have short print runs. Patent fan blade design helps scoop and mix pigment as it passes through each chamber. Device disperses ink for optimum coverage, especially when ink volume is as low as 25 g.

Pad Print Machinery of Vermont

201 Tennis Way, East Dorset, VT, 05253, USA

Original Press Release

Pad Print Machinery of Vermont Has Engineered a New Device to Increase Ink Usage during Pad Printing

Press release date: May 23, 2013

Pad Print Machinery of Vermont has engineered a new device to increase ink usage during pad printing. This unique Ink Saver-Ring fits into a sealed ink cup where it agitates the ink as the cup slides across the cliché. The patent fan blade design helps scoop and mix the pigment as it passes through each chamber. The device disperses the ink for better coverage especially when the ink volume is as low as 25 grams.

This is a great tool for pad printers who use bi-component inks or have shorter print runs. Over time, this will add up to a significant cost savings for any print shop. The Ink Saver-Ring is available for all sealed ink cup sizes. Visit www.padprintmachinery.com for more information.

Contact:
Karen Krulikowski
Marketing & Sales
Pad Print Machinery of Vermont
201 Tennis Way
East Dorset, VT 05253
kkrulikowski@ppmovt.com
802-362-0844, ext. 233

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