|By Business Wire||
|April 29, 2014 04:09 AM EDT||
Diversified Nano Corporation (“DNC”) is pleased to announce availability of FlexPrice™, a novel digital ink price model which provides a “Name Your Competitive Price” option for existing and prospective inkjet users. Qualified users and value-add resellers of Hewlett Packard Web Press T200, 300, 350 and 400 and TIJ 2.5 (HP45) industrial systems are offered a 50% FlexPrice™ cost advantage over their current standard cost from HP when purchased through DNC – “Name Your Competitive Price” at the company’s web site. The new price model helps inkjet system users gain access to prompt and reliable delivery of high-performance digital inks for their systems at a cost which meets the user’s needs to be more competitive, displace unattractive supplies cost arrangements and/or existing non-inkjet printer platforms. Uniquely positioned in the industry, DNC digital inks meet highest performance and quality standards to satisfy the needs of industry leaders and professional users.
DNC produces a variety of general purpose dye and pigment inks, x-nano Hyperblack™ inks, MICR inks Supreme, security (UV/IR invisible) inks and custom color inks for high-speed dot-on-demand inkjet systems. x-nano Hyperblack™ and MICR Ink Supreme are designed for general purpose black (K-channel) printing. These inks can be applied through the standard K-channel or with a dedicated MICR print channel to magnetically functionalize select content on printed items. MICR ink applications include checks / cheques with the MICR line printed in the E13B and CMC7 font, labels and tickets with magneto-optically readable barcodes, magnetic stripes on cards, passports and currency with magnetically distinguishable content used for tracking and verification purposes. High speed full color digital inkjet presses are frequently deployed in transpromo, transactional, security and financial applications. A fully integrated x-nano MICR ink inkjet process can save organizations significant cost of operation and ownership associated with highly personalized and customized MICR and non-MICR color inkjet printing applications.
DNC manufactures ink for practically every “State-of-the Art” digital inkjet system using drop-on-demand (DOD) inkjet print heads. The company’s water based inks deliver multi-year shelf life, high optical density, extreme light- and water-fastness, eco-friendly properties, low health impact (AMES negative) and, in the case of MICR, magnetic and physical properties which meet or exceed regulatory requirements worldwide. “We are pleased to offer users worldwide the new FlexPrice™ ink pricing alternative, which promotes digital inkjet printing by offering economically-superior cost of ownership tailored to specific geographic and special market needs,” said Bruce Carnes, Director of Business Development at DNC.
The following ink solutions are available directly from DNC at www.diversifiednano.com: x-nano Hyperblack™, MICR ink Supreme, invisible fluorescent inks in Red, Blue, and Green, and various IR absorbing inks for security and “stealth” tracking content as well as premium pigment Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (CMYK) and custom spot colors.
About Diversified Nano Corporation
Diversified Nano Corporation (DNC), based in San Diego, California, specializes in developing, manufacturing and distributing high-performance digital inks for inkjet systems worldwide. DNC manufactures a variety of general purpose black and color inks, magnetic inks, invisible fluorescent inks (UV/IR), as well as specialty and security inks. The company works closely with its users and assists in engineering tasks to develop new ink solutions, ink delivery methods and associated accessories. DNC inks are suitable for thermal and piezo print heads, using aqueous, oil, energy-curable (UV), or solvent based ink. DNC inks are tested and qualified for numerous inkjet system manufacturers including Oce/Canon, HP, Ricoh, Infoprint, Impika, Dai-Nippon Screen, Epson, Kodak, Konika-Minolta, KBA, Graph-Tech, Domino and others. The company’s inks are suitable for print heads by Kyocera, Panasonic, Konica-Minolta, HP, Lexmark, Epson, Canon and more. DNC maintains high-volume manufacturing facilities worldwide and strives to deliver superior quality digital ink solutions tailored to meet customer needs at the lowest possible cost anywhere.
DNC x-nano ink solutions: The digital print choice!
DNC inks are available at www.diversifiednano.com for HP® WebPress T200, T300, T350, T400, Ricoh® Infoprint 5000 Series, Screen Truepress Jet-Series, Kodak VersaMark VL2000/VL2200, VL4000/VL4200, VL6000/VL6299 Systems, Pitney Bowes® Intellijet, Oce® Colorstream 3000 Series, Oce® JetStream 1000, 1200, 2200, 3000, 3300, 4300, 5500, Impika® iPrint / iEngine family and many more systems utilizing inkjet print heads by Kyocera®, Panasonic®, Ricoh®, Konica Minolta®, Fujifilm Dimatix® and others. DNC inks are also available through print system manufacturers under their own brand, system integrators and select print head manufacturers.
Please contact [email protected] for Diversified Nano Corporation solutions and services.
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