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  • 23 Jun 2022

INX updates Troubleshooting Guide application

Update features expanded guides and language availability

Earlier this year, INX International Ink has expanded its information outreach to customers by introducing the Printer Space blog, which covers a wide range of printing-related topics. Taking another step, INX Troubleshooting Guide application has been also updated with more guides to common problems.

New information for users of water-based flexo inks makes it the tenth guide to be available where customers can quickly find answers when they encounter printing issues. The library already consists of separate guides for sheetfed, web offset/heatset, EB litho, UV flexo, UV litho, UV hybrid, UV metal decorating, and both two-piece and three-piece metal decorating.

The app identifies problems and symptoms, provides recommended solutions, and now offers nine different languages for the three metal decorating guides with the addition of Czech. Besides English, it is also available in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish and two Spanish versions – Latin America (Español) and Castilian.

'This latest update with the Troubleshooting Guide App is indicative of our commitment to help improve the flow of information to our customers,' said Renee Schouten, INX’s vice president of marketing. She pointed out that when it was first introduced in 2014, one of the main goals of the app was to limit the amount of downtime for printers.

'Our ink experts continue to keep the dialogue fresh because change is constant in our industry. There is great value in knowing about new products and capabilities, the most recent regulatory changes, and best practices and techniques to keep you at the forefront of print and package innovation. And like our free online INX University courses, we’ve added another language to this app,' concluded Schouten.
 

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