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At the PRINTING United Expo, INX International will highlight a complete range of conventional and digital ink and coating solutions, giving show attendees an opportunity to find the right choice that includes environmentally sensitive and sustainable inks.
In this webinar you will learn how leveraging digital print engines can help your business grow in new, untapped areas.
With Color-Logic software now distributed as an option with the Xerox Iridesse™ press, designers, agencies and more can be trained to fully utilize the press's metallic capabilities and produce a variety of embellishments. PRINTING United Booth 10564 and 12345, 12541.
INX International, which completed a $4 million expansion at its Charlotte, N.C. facility last year, has completed the finishing touches connected to the project. Production in the Charlotte facility impacts four continents — North America, South America, Asia and Europe.
We've seen it famously turn the Rocky Mountains blue and we've seen it impress the judges in the packagePRINTING Excellence Awards. Now we've seen thermochromic ink thrill "Ghostbusters" fans through its appearance on the new Hi-C Ecto Cooler cans. We caught up with a Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI) spokesman to learn more.
ACTEGA Kelstar, a supplier of specialty coatings and chemicals, has announced the addition of ACTDigi near line digital primers to its specialty coatings portfolio.
We'll provide an overview of what is changing in the label market and how a commercial printer can tap into new revenue streams.
Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI), the specialty inks company whose ideas are "powered by chemistry," has broadened the gamut of colors used in the thermochromic (heat-sensitive) applications for metal can decorating. The achievement follows the company’s announcement of a similar expansion of colors for the plastics industry.
Screen material suppliers address vignette and metallic ink printing challenges, and look toward digital prepress compatibility solutions. by Susan Friedman With a wide-open attitude toward changing needs, screen material suppliers are addressing everything from larger pigment ink problems to process printing prospects, to compatibility with more presses. With nickel sleeve constructions, the byword is stability. Stork Rotaform's line of Rotamesh rotary screens, which are produced in the round, feature a 100 percent nickel, non-woven material that is electroformed to create walls and holes, along with a smooth surface inside and outside. "Most other rotary screen materials are woven with the same materials typically used