Two new MORCRYL™ dispersing resins prove high definition and fine detail can be achieved on thin film substrates
Inks prepared with dispersions at higher pigment loadings print stronger, even at very thin film applications, to produce higher quality detail. New MORCRYL™ dispersing resins yield higher strength dispersions with better viscosity control and improved resolubility and compatibility. Now available for the graphic arts industry, these innovative dispersing resins and the technology breakthrough that brought them about, improve press runnability, efficiency, and cost management. These new MORCRYL™ resins can’t be beat.
Morcryl dispersing resins outperform conventional resins
Printing clients today desire ever finer line screens for greater resolution. Yet the growing variety of substrates and the need for greater press speeds, with large runs often split into smaller jobs, all require varying equipment settings. Through it all, press operators must grapple with increasingly more precise technical specifications in order to make images and type pop from the printed package or paper, film and corrugated substrate. New, MORCRYL™ 410 and MORCRYL™ 460 Plus resins permit printers to control performance under a variety of press conditions.
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