Inkcups launches the Brite 2.0 to print on full synthetic applications

Inkcups Brite 2.0
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Global printing industry leader Inkcups announces the release of the Brite 2.0 label printing machine to print on full synthetic applications. Recognized as the revolutionary Tagless printer to achieve printing brighter whites on dark substrates, the new Brite machine expands its printing capabilities to offer customers a variety of new materials they can print on.

The Brite 2.0 can now print on the following dark synthetic materials and more: Acetate, Acrylic, Lyocell, Microfibre, Nylon, Polyester, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Rayon/Viscose, and Spandex/Lycra

Developed in-house by Inkcups Engineers, the patented Brite process is a combination of machine, its specialized SB Brite Opaque ink, and proprietary printing pads that offer superior, unparalleled prints on a variety of materials. The process easily achieves brighter whites on dark substrates without fading, surpassing industry standards for durability and quality. Before this technology existed, it was nearly impossible to achieve printing white on dark fabrics.

An easy-to-use tabletop printer, the Brite machine is ideal for printing on sportswear and athletic shirts, equipped with a 90 mm VersaCup® to print images up to 65 x 35 mm (2.56 x 1.38 inches) on these applications. Additionally, each machine comes with a specialty Brite pad to aid in the transfer of an opaque image. The average production speed is around 400-500 impressions per hour, offering a high-performance printing machine.

Earlier in April the Brite 2.0 made its trade show debut at SaigonTex 2023, the most influential textile and garment industry event in Vietnam. The vast list of synthetic materials the Brite 2.0 can now decorate was an instant success amongst visitors. To learn more please visit the Inkcups website:


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