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The term ‘resin’ is widely used in the printing industry to describe inks containing a non-crystalline material found in both solid and liquid form. Its main role in the printing process is to bind the colourant/pigment to the substrate.
The use of resin ink boosts ink properties that increase hardness, gloss, flexibility and adhesion. This makes the ink type ideal for a variety of print substrates and applications such as POS, vehicle graphics, uncoated papers and textiles.
In the UltraChrome RS ink, Epson uses highly sophisticated resins and pigments suspended in a water-based solution. This chemistry is unique to Epson and has been developed to be highly reliable, stable and maximise the benefits of printing with Epson piezo printheads. It has been developed as complementary ink technology to Epson’s current range of commercial inks and offers additional optimised performance on many signage substrates.