David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 16, 2012 Energy curing technologies continue to enjoy growth, particularly on the packaging side, and ink manufacturers are developing new technologies to meet the needs of their customers.
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
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 11, 2009 While the global recession took its toll on some markets for UV and EB, energy curable technologies made gains in other segments, and UV and EB ink companies should benefit from the increasing emphasis on the environment.
Sel Avci, Elementis Specialties || October 15, 2009 Editor’s Note: “Rheological Additive Selection for Printing Inks” was presented at the Eurocoat Inkmakers Forum during the 2nd European Congress on Printing Inks, held at Nüremberg, Germany April 9-10, 2003.
Abstract: The vari…
James E. Goodrich, Sartomer Company || June 9, 2009 Editor’s Note: “The Effect of Oligomer Chemistry in UV/EB Laminating Inks” was first presented at RadTech 2008.
As each year passes, UV/EB technology further penetrates into established graphics markets and creates new markets as…
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || August 7, 2007 For offset printers, emulsification, or ink/water balance, is a major challenge, and ink manufacturers are offering guidance to help customers run their presses as smoothly as possible.