Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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Excerpt | "How can we judge the success of the UV curing of inks and varnishes using light-emitting diodes (LED)? The enthusiastic advertising claims of various suppliers sound extremely promising.

Besides low energy consumption, minimal wear, a compact design and no warming-up time, the lack of infrared radiation also reduces the time and money spent on cooling. However, running counter to all these benefits is the fact that, as yet, not enough suitable printing inks and varnishes are available on the market. My aim is to take an in-depth look at this new technology that is part and parcel of everyday life."

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"APEtc." American Printer 127.5 (2010). Academic OneFile. Web. 28 Apr. 2010.
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