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Published February 24, 2015
All production of UV inks was moved from Baranzate, Italy 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 »
The UV LED Low Migration Process
By Stacy Hoge, Marcom Specialist, Phoseon Technology
Published November 1, 2014
Packaging printing is the next opportunity for UV LED technology. Read More »
UV Continues to Grow in Europe
By Sean Milmo, European Editor
Published January 23, 2014
Gains in energy efficiency, highly reactive inks are helping to drive growth in energy-curing technologies Read More »
The 2013 UV/EB Report
By David Savastano, Editor
Published 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. Read More »
The UV/EB Report
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published November 15, 2010
The energy curing ink industry continued to enjoy growth during the past year, particularly in the packaging segment, and technologies such as LED offer further opportunities in the coming years. Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 15, 2009
When it comes to manufacturing any product, being able to consistently meet specifications is absolutely essential to success. Such is also the case with printing ink, as testing and quality control (QC) play significant roles in the manufacturing pr… 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 »
The UV Report
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published September 6, 2005
Hybrid inks, a combination of UV and conventional ink, has become an increasingly popular product for the printing industry. Read More »
Published March 20, 2015
The configuration was shown at Heidelberg's Info Days. Read More »