Migration-optimised digital ink systems for packaging printing

With the increasing acceptance of digital printing in the various application areas of packaging printing, the range of requirements for digital ink systems has expanded. The migration behaviour of ink systems is moving into the focus of the decision-making process of labels- and packaging printers and plays a decisive role in the selection of a digital printing press. The properties of the ink system determine to a large extent which application segments the printing system can cover – and to which segments it could be expanded to if necessary.

This White Paper by  Dr. Lode Deprez of Xeikon ( http://www.xeikon.com/) provides the answers and shows which criteria must be particularly considered.


Vice President Technology Digital Inks, IP, RA & Sustainability at Xeikon (Digital Division Flint Group)

Experienced Vice President Research and Development with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry. Skilled in Regulatory Affairs, Digital Printing, Consumables, Patent Law, and Document and Labels. Strong research professional with a PhD in Organic Chemistry focused in Organic synthesis from Universiteit Gent.

Migration-Optimized Digital Ink Systems for Packaging Printing

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