David Savastano, Ink World Editor January 23, 2014 The printed electronics (PE) industry has continued to make headway in the market place, as new products reach commercial success. While it appears that 2014 will be a landmark year, with the plans for Bemis Company to commercialize Thin Film Elect…
David Savastano, Editor November 27, 2013 Energy curing technologies have been a growth area for ink manufacturers in recent years, particularly in packaging, narrow web and inkjet, driven by its production and performance advantages.
Dave Savastano, Editor November 27, 2013 During the 2013 NPIRI Technical Conference, new honorees Greg Webb of MeadWestvaco, third from left, and Gerald Napiecek of Colorcon, No-Tox Products, second from right, are joined by past honorees, from left, Michael Gerkin of Kustom Group, Jon Grau…
Sean Milmo, European Editor November 27, 2013 Wide format printing has been one of the best performing European graphics sectors over the last few years in terms of sales and profitability at a time of economic slowdown.
David Savastano, Editor November 27, 2013 There was a time when many major U.S. cities had their own printing ink production clubs, where members gathered outside of work to share knowledge and get to know each other.
Dr. Gilles Catherin, Siegwerk, Siegwerk November 27, 2013 While we are drinking a glass of juice from a carton pack, a cup of tea from a metal tin or paying with a credit card, few of us would recognize the enormous R&D effort that has been invested in the associated ink and printing technologies
Dave Savastano, Editor November 15, 2013 Raw material prices have stabilized during the past year, although costs remain at high levels. However, stricter environmental mandates are impacting the availability of some key ingredients.