paste ink

paste ink

[′pāst ‚iŋk]
(materials)
A pastelike mixture of pigment or dye with oil and other additives, such as resins, driers, tackifiers, and adhesives; used in paper and textile printing and ballpoint pens.
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10) is working on a method to measure viscoelastic properties of paste ink vehicles using an oscillatory rheometer.
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A 25-year veteran of the ink industry, Mike Keegan, VP of sales, paste ink for Toyo Ink America, said he is constantly surprised that he has been in the printing industry for a quarter of a century.
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Water and paste ink production is underway but more developments are expected to take place by the end of March.
purchased the Arez LLC resin facility for backward integration from paste ink varnishes to rosin resin derivatives.
This will also permit us to reorganize our Mexico City plant into a more efficient paste ink manufacturing site."
Toyo Ink America: John Copeland, division president/ COO, printing ink division; Hideki Ohba, GM, paste ink sector; Jim Newkirk, GM, liquid ink sector.
* Combined Module July 10-15: The combined Printing Ink Technology Course includes both the Liquid Ink and Paste Ink Modules and runs from Sunday evening through Friday afternoon.
Integrating both the fluid and paste ink operations under a single company not only allows Toyo Ink to secure an improved foothold in the printing inks market, but also achieve greater synergy in sales and service delivery.