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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.


Inkjet Printing Allows Micro Waveguides to be Printed Affordably

Inkjet printing is allowing waveguides used in computers to be printed both quickly and affordably.

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Digital Printing is Helping Personalize Packaging

Packaging adds another opportunity for personalization that gives the user a unique experience, rather than having them feel like they’re opening up a plain box or a mass-produced package.

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Inkjet Printing Shines for Printing Glossy Paper

For all the benefits of printing on glossy paper, there are also special considerations to be aware of compared to other substrates.

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Graphene Inks are Transforming the Printed Electronics Industry

Manufacturers in the technology industry are turning to inkjet printing to quickly and inexpensively print electrical circuits that live in devices like smart watches and solar panels.

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