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  • Digital Printers & Presses

    Digital Printers & Presses

    Steve Katz, Editor || November 17, 2014
    With so many digital printers and presses now available, we break down the specifications and capabilities of what some of the label industry’s leading suppliers have to offer.

  • Digital Printing Ink and Toner

    Digital Printing Ink and Toner

    Steve Katz, Editor || November 17, 2014
    Digitally printed labels are only as good as the inks and toners adhering to them.

  • Flexo & UV Flexo Inks

    Flexo & UV Flexo Inks

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || April 10, 2013
    Today’s flexo printers have a wide range of options in this ever-evolving market.

  • Narrow Web Profile:  Disc Graphics

    Narrow Web Profile: Disc Graphics

    Jack Kenny, Editor || November 17, 2011
    A New York carton and label manufacturer takes packaging security to a new level.

  • Flexo and UV Flexo Inks

    Flexo and UV Flexo Inks

    Steve Katz || March 30, 2009
    Ink manufacturers conduct extensive R&D in order to improve upon the wide range of products available to flexo printers.

  • Special Effects Labels

    Special Effects Labels

    Steve Katz || August 21, 2008
    In the wake of the sustainability movement and the desire to be cost effective, special effects labels continue to evolve.

  • Anilox Roll Specifications: Line Count or Volume?

    Anilox Roll Specifications: Line Count or Volume?

    Dan Foy || July 22, 2008
    The author makes a case for the use of anilox cell volume as the best specification for achieving optimum ink performance and color reproduction.

  • Sun forms security ink

    July 20, 2005
    Sun Chemical, of Fort Lee, NJ, USA, the world’s largest manufacturer of printing inks and organic pigments, has formed Sun Chemical Security, a new global business unit that will provide a range of products used to print packages, documents an…

  • Narrow Web Gravure

    Jack Kenny || July 20, 2005
    An ancient print process enjoys a small revival among high end narrow web converters.