Heavy Ink Coverage and Twice the Drying Power

In Books, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Customer Education, Devices, Direct Marketing, Drying, Finishing, Ink and Fluids, Inkjet Tips, Knowledge Base, Labels, Newspapers, Paper and Media, Service & Maintenance, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directories by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Printing from the first tower allows ink twice as long to dry helping reduce roller build up and print defects in finishing.

Inkjet Ink and its Important Additives

In Article, Drying, Ink and Fluids, Knowledge Base by Mark Bale0 Comments

Mark Bale provides an overview of the important differences in inkjet ink characteristics that come from various components such as resins, solvents, humectants and surfactants. With an understanding of these components and how OEMs use them to differentiate their inks, you’ll be better informed next time you have a conversation with your supplier.

Understand Drying Differences

In Drying, Inkjet Tips by Elizabeth Gooding0 Comments

The wrong drying configuration on an #inkjet press can torture the paper without properly drying the ink. Learn about the best drying options to match your type of work, ink type and coverage.