Month: August 2015

Improve Print Quality and Print Density – Foam

August 26, 2015

When looking to improve print density, it requires looking at both the ink that is being used and also at the way the ink is being applied to the chosen substrate.  Previously, we explored how manipulating the properties of an ink can greatly improve print density.  With this article, let’s take a look at how the […]

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Improve Print Quality and Print Density – Ink

August 12, 2015

One of the most common marking related problems that manufacturers encounter is how to increase or maintain print density over a given number of applications. Print density is the measure of light reflected off of the press sheet.  In laymen’s terms this is how light or dark the print appears on the substrate to which […]

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