Kodak debuts Kodacolor direct-to-garment inks

PrintAction Staff
May 23, 2019
By PrintAction Staff
Eastman Kodak Company this month introduced its Kodacolor Fabric Inks, saying that they leverage proprietary ink dispersion technology with a 20-year history of ink development and manufacturing. 

“The result is an exceptionally large color gamut, a more reliable high-quality image with outstanding shelf life and a soft, natural feel, as well as better in-printer performance,” the company explains.

Kodak has partnered with ColDesi, Inc., Digital Ink Sciences and Resolute DTG, among others, to bring Kodak’s ink formulations to their respective hardware printing capabilities.

Kodak has been producing and selling digital inks for thermal piezo and continuous inkjet systems since the 1990s, as customization of fabrics for garments, accessories, upholstery, soft signage continues to grow. It plans to offer the Kodacolor Fabric Inks in all major markets by the end of 2019.

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