Bridget Klebaur, Associate Editor || May 1, 2014 Packaging inks continue to be a growth area for printers and ink manufacturers, with particularly strong opportunities in low migration inks for food packaging, flexible packaging, energy curing and narrow web and label.
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
Jeanine M. Snyder, C. James Reader, Charles R. Hegedus, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. || September 16, 2011 Choosing the proper defoamer can eliminate foam from waterborne printing inks without causing detrimental effects to the finished print
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor || October 30, 2009 Distribution of inks in Europe is going through a period of radical change which is raising questions about what will be the future role of distributors
Robert J. Geiger and Charles A. Henderson, UCB Chemicals Corporation || October 7, 2009 Editor’s Note: “UV Flexographic Inks: Correlation Between Rheology and Press Performance” was presented at the National Printing Ink Research Institute’s (NPIRI) 45th Annual Technical Conference in Scottsdale, AZ in Octobe…
After 43 years in the ink industry, many would consider Joe Kelly, R&D director of liquid water-based inks for INX International Ink Co., an industry “survivor.” He believes the more appropriate term is “thriver.”