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November 27, 2016

The Science Behind Printing on Acrylic Surfaces

Modern inkjet technology in wide-format printers has allowed intricate designs to be printed on acrylic. Because acrylic is such a hard surface, printing is difficult. Modern LED curing sets the ink and ensures it adheres well to the acrylic. Stephen Buchannan,a chemist at Kao Collins, Inc., demonstrates this advanced process.


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Inkjet Printing on Corrugated Cardboard No Longer an Outside-the-Box Solution

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