With the relocation of its UV ink production from Lachen, Switzerland, to its primary plant in Kirchheim, Germany, printing-ink manufacturer hubergroup decided to update many of its products for the UV offset segment. Following a test phase, these upgrades have now reached full market-readiness. While the brand names of the NewV series have been retained, a new product line has been created for LED-curing products.
hubergroup explains these emerging UV technologies in particular, such as printing with LED lamps or iron-doped lamps, demand inks and lacquers with new characteristics. The potential of LED printing systems is limited by the currently available inks and coatings, but will continue to gain more R&D focus from ink manufacturers.
“These new curing technologies make is possible to customize press technology more specifically to customers' requirements,” said Carsten Zölzer, Product Manager UV Inks at hubergroup. Colleague Roland Schröder also explained: “As a printing-ink manufacturer, we can support printing houses by supplying them with inks and lacquers precisely formulated for these specialized applications.”
In addition, hubergroup has also revised its ink series for conventional UV printing using standard UV mercury lamps.
hubergroup Updates UV Offset Inks
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