Ink Printing

Surface treatment improves print adhesion for leading dental product manufacturer

2019-04-02T10:35:56+01:0027th March, 2019|Case Study, Ink Printing, Plastics|

Ranir LLC is a leading producer of contract dental products including floss, whitening products and toothbrushes. Ranir wanted to print on toothbrushes from China that were resisting ink adhesion. Read how they solved the issue here.

Plasma Treating Tubes Ensures Ink Adhesion and Increases Production Efficiency

2019-04-02T10:41:12+01:0027th March, 2019|Case Study, Ink Printing, Plastics|

Plastube is a Canadian manufacturer of innovative plastic tubes for the beauty, healthcare, food and pharmaceutical industries. They needed to improve the printing on the tubes to allow their customers’ brands to shine. Read how they achieved it here.

Plasma Treater Improves Ink Jet Printing Throughput

2019-04-02T10:45:25+01:0027th March, 2019|Case Study, Ink Printing, Plastics|

WAGO is at at the forefront of streamlining electrical connections with innovative products like CAGE and CLAMP®. WAGO was looking for ways to improve the efficiencies and ink adhesion for printing on their Nylon66 terminal blocks. Find out how they achieved it here.

Plasma Treatment improves Print Durability on Nexans’ Wire

2019-04-04T11:44:13+01:0027th March, 2019|Cable & Piping, Case Study, Ink Printing, Plastics|

Nexans is the one of the largest wire and cable manufacturers in the world. They needed to improve ink jet print durability on their polyethylene jacketed wire. Read how they found a solution with Plasma surface treatment.

Ink Jet Printing on HDPE and PET Improves with Plasma Surface Treating

2019-04-02T10:55:21+01:0027th March, 2019|Case Study, Ink Printing, Plastics|

Best Formulations is a major contract packager with responsibility for thousands of branded nutritional supplements, pro biotics, pharmaceuticals, food and teas. They needed to improve ink adhesion for codes printed on containers. Discover how they achieved it.

Ink adhesion on High Performance Wire & Cable Jacketing Materials

2019-04-02T11:20:05+01:0026th March, 2019|Cable & Piping, Ink Printing, Papers, Plastics|

High performance wire & cable jacketing materials often have low levels of polar functional groups on the surface making them inherently resistance to traditional marking and coding methods. This technical article will explore these challenges and the plasma technology recipes that are enabling ink adhesion.

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