Domino Printing Sciences launched new ink for use in its range of G-Series thermal ink-jet printers (TIJ) printers. The BK118 ink extends TIJ printing capabilities to effectively code onto challenging materials, such as plastics, films, foils, and coated cartons.
Employed in a variety of industries ranging from food to pharmaceutical, thermal ink-jet printing is suited for primary packaging and outer case applications. Now, due the resistive qualities of the ethanol-based BK118, even glossy packaging materials can be coded, according to Domino.
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