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Re: Ink binding to paper


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From: Deb Jacobson (djacobson@istc.illinois.edu)
Date: Mon Oct 04 1999 - 06:57:55 CDT


In your question you say "certain types" of ink. Which type of inks are you
referring to? Are you interested in a specific printing process? There are
many classes of inks. To name a few:
1) Flexo - Solvent based
2) Flexo - Water based
3) Flexo - UV Curable
4) Gravure - Solvent based
5) Gravure - Water based
6) Offset - Petroleum based
7) Offset - UV Curable
8) Offset - EB Curable
9) Screen - Solvent based
10) Screen - Water based
11) Screen - UV Curable
12) Screen - Textile Solvent based
13) Screen - Textile Water based
14) Screen - Textile UV Curable
15) Screen - Plastisol based
16) Ink Jet Ink
17) Digital Printing Ink

We will be glad to reply to your question(s) and thank you for using the PNEAC
web site!

Debra Jacobson

At 10:26 AM 10/3/99 -0400, you wrote:
>This Ask PNEAC question is from:
>
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>Hi,I would like to know how certain types of inks bind
>to specific types of paper? (ie. subtrate of paper absorbs ink droplet)
>If you cannot answer this question could you perhaps direct me to
>someone who can. Thanks.
>
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E-mail Address djacobson@istc.illinois.edu (Revised 9/99)
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