InkTec and Brett Martin are celebrating ten years of collaboration.

Over the past decade, the companies have collaborated at exhibitions across the UK and Europe, at open days hosted at the Jetrix Demonstration and Innovation Centre in Witney, Oxfordshire, and at numerous customer demos.  

Most recently at Fespa 2022 in Berlin, InkTec used Brett Martin’s Foamalux foam PVC substrate on the Jetrix LXi8 LED UV flatbed printer. The Foamalux range, with its white, coloured, matt, gloss and sustainable options, has a smooth surface, ideal for the high production speeds offered by the LXi8. 

Ben Woodruff, Jetrix head of sales, said, ‘Choosing a printer to invest in is a big decision. Any company buying a printer for the first time, renewing an old one or expanding their business wants to know that they will be investing in a product that gives them and their customers a high quality end product.

‘From our point of view, using a product like Foamalux which has a high level of consistency gives an element of reliability to our demos. We know that they will go smoothly, time after time, month after month, year after year and now decade after decade.’

The collaboration between InkTec and Brett Martin is part of the Northern Ireland based plastics manufacturer’s Approved Partner Programme, whereby it works closely with selected printing, cutting and thermoforming machine manufacturers to test and showcase the capabilities of its semi-finished product portfolio.