Hired key Polymeric Imaging employees responsible for technical and market development of digital ink and coatings
David Savastano, Editor11.06.14
Thermoforming is an area that is drawing some interest from printers and ink manufacturers alike. The ability to print a product that can then be formed by heat into the required shape can be advantageous for the end user. The key is developing leading-edge ink durability and flexibility for thermoforming and high-elongation applications.
EFI has been active in this field recently, adding thermoformable capabilities to its VUTEk printers. In a move that will add more momentum to its efforts to grow its thermoformable business, EFI acquired important intellectual property (IP) assets for digital inkjet printing of thermoformed products from Polymeric Imaging.
In addition to acquiring the IP, EFI reported that it has hired key Polymeric Imaging employees responsible for technical and market development of digital ink and coating products.
Polymeric Imaging is best known for its UV and LED inks for industrial and graphic arts applications. Aside from the d
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