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About Incartek

 

 

download_2_16Incartek provides a full range of quality paper and ink supplies at excellent prices for professional and serious amateur photographers and the users of wide format printers.  Working with first-rate companies such as  Ninestar (G&G) and Innova Art we offer consumables to produce photographs, designs, giclée prints, wall displays, signage, gallery wraps – even vehicle graphics

The roots of Incartek go back to 1990, when we introduced one of the first inkjet refill kits to Europe. Cartridges were simple in design and few in number, but even then consumers were being ripped off by the printer manufacturer.

The business evolved and the group of companies were involved in toner cartridge collection, compatible and recycled inkjet cartridges, inkjet paper and the components for toner cartridge recycling..

Ink Cartridge Technologies Ltd was incorporated to take over three patents in the design of inkjet cartridges.

 The company is owned and managed by Daniel Roberts, a veteran of the industry, having been involved in computers since 1963 when he was at university studying economics and statistics. Before becoming involved in printer supplies, he was Director of Planning for Memorex International, where he understood the need to provide compatible alternatives to the leaders (then IBM) as well as anybody. This experience lays behind Incartek today.

 

 

 

The JETMASTER Gallery Wrap System

Start making your own Gallery Wraps today – Easily – quickly using ANY Paper or Canvas

3D panels in minutes: the JetMaster Display System

One of the fastest sellers in today’s sign and graphics market has been the ‘gallery wrap’. 3D décor images make an impact wherever they are displayed – whether on trade fair stands or in-store presentations.

Jetmster display system

Up till now, however, they haven’t always been easy to manufacture and they could be costly too. Which is why the new JetMaster Display System is such an important innovation.

Produce your own Gallary Wraps or Display Mounts Yourself at a Fraction of the Cost of a Stretched Frame – and just as Elegant

With JetMaster you can make, durable, lightweight gallery wraps or mounted displays in minutes, with no special tools – just a craft knife and a cutting surface. The base is a pre-cut, pre-laminate adhesive coated corrugated board to which you simply trim and adhere your print, and fold over the edges. No bubbles, untidy corners, staples or hooks. A fully assembled JetMaster ‘gallery wrap’ is so light it can be hung from just one tack.

Use your own Paper or Canvas – No stretching
Most gallary wrap systems require the use of canvas – which has to be stretched on to the frame. Canvas is difficult to feed in sheets and is more expensive than the best quality papersjor advant .One of the greatest advantages of age of Jetmaster is that you can use any paper or canvas – you use the medium of your choice – paper, canvas – even offset printed or photocopied pictures or documents.

The base is a pre-cut, pre-laminated adhsive coated corrugated board; simply trim and press flat your print, and fold over the edges. No bubbles, no untidy corners, no staples and no hooks. A fully assembled JetMaster ‘gallery wrap’ is so light it can be hung from just one tack. It is moisture resistant and flame retardant too.

The result: a professionally looking display that is simple, effective and – just as importantly for you – low cost.

Which paper fits best for photos on a wall?

A user of the Сanon MG7120 printer wanted to print photos and hang them on a wall in a photo frame to make it look like a professional photographer’s output.

He also asked what was the best paper, in a photo frame without glass.

Our answer

With a small format printer like the Сanon MG7120, your output is limited to 8½x11in or A4 in size. There are ways in which you can make bigger pictures even with an office format printer.

First you asked about paper. Your choice depends on the way you want to mount it. Take a look at Jetmaster. You can produce a number of panels and set them together to make a larger picture. Furthermore, you do not have to use canvas (which is difficult to feed into smaller printers), several papers being suitable. Probably the best is Innova Art’s canvas-like paper. For more about Jetmaster* click here.

There are other ways – laminating a glossy print for example. Alternatively you can do a panel, also available from Jetmaster. But that does not lend itself to larger displays using multiple panels. You can, though, be more flexible on paper.

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However, make sure that you use a pigmented ink and archival paper if you want a durable picture.

* We are based in the UK. If you are in the USA or Canada please find a source using Google. In Continental Europe Jetmaster and Innova papers are available from Arca in Holland.