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By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published November 25, 2014
Flint Group, Toyo Ink discuss latest developments. Read More »
2014 UV/EB Report
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published November 1, 2014
Energy curing technologies are steadily growing in popularity thanks to their environmental benefits and overall utility. Read More »
Published March 20, 2015
The configuration was shown at Heidelberg's Info Days. Read More »
NPIRI Technical Conference Focuses on Packaging, Regulatory Changes
By David Savastano, Editor
Published November 1, 2014
Speakers analyze the world of packaging, technology and regulatory matters during 58th annual Technical Conference. Read More »
Sun Chemical Introduces Online Troubleshooting Guide for Customers
Published April 11, 2014
Designed to help resolve common technical defects that can arise during a press run Read More »
Heidelberg Launches New Saphira Ink Series for LE UV Users
Published January 24, 2014
Ink series optimized for LE UV applications in cooperation with manufacturers Read More »
UV LED Curing Technologies are Poised for Growth
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published November 17, 2010
LED curing is one of the most intriguing areas in energy curing. In 2008, LED curable technologies debuted at drupa, with plenty of press and ink manufacturers showcasing the technology. LED curable technologies have made inroads in the inkjet fiel… Read More »
By Mikhail Laksin, PhD, IdeOn Inc.
Published July 16, 2010
As mobile electronic gadgets become a dominating source of information in every aspect of human life, the future of printing in its traditional form and markets is increasingly in doubt. Read More »
Published May 24, 2010
As UV/EB use grows, more end-users are looking to learn about the potential possibilities for energy-curing. Read More »
By Bonnie Bedolla, Flint Ink
Published October 15, 2009
Low odor and extractables levels can make UV flexo a more attractive option for a variety of markets Read More »