With its variety of silicone-based inks, Boston Industrial Solutions has solved the major challenges facing printers.
David Savastano, Editor05.11.18
Printing on silicone is challenging. There are adhesion issues; traditional solvent-based screen and pad printing inks will not cure on silicone, and the ink will easily rub off the product. The only thing that sticks to silicone is silicone.
With its variety of silicone-based inks, Boston Industrial Solutions has solved these challenges and taken a leadership role in the field of silicone-based inks for applications ranging from industrial and medical markets to toys, garments and more.
The company’s motto - Enabling Innovation - sums up Boston Industrial Solutions’ approach to its customers.
“Our history is grounded in technology, research and creating solutions for difficult to print materials,” said Jayson French of Boston Industrial Solutions. “Our interest in the printing market is to solve customer challenges and develop cutting edge solutions and technologies that are easy to use and help move the ink industry forward. In addit
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