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
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.
Dr. Alexander Grant, SunJet || October 29, 2009 UV jet inks are being developed that allow for appropriate jetting control, printhead compatibility, performance on a wide variety of media and can respond to real printing conditions such as varied print to cure time
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…
July 13, 2007 Nazdar introduced its new Lyson UV Curable Digital Ink series for use in Inca Eagle (Lyson 7150F), Zund (Lyson 7210F), and NUR Tempo (Lyson 7340F) digital inkjet printing equipment. These products are used in graphic applications where superior flexi…