Squid Ink Improves Ink Formulation for Dot Matrix Printers

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Squid Ink Manufacturing, Inc. has improved the ink formulation for solvent-based SI-AC70 solvent-based ink for use in large character dot matrix printing system.

SI-AC70 ink is an ideal solution for manufacturers that need fast-drying, high-quality dot matrix codes on non-porous substrates such as coated corrugated boxes, plastics, wood products, metals and more. SI-AC70 runs in Squid Ink’s SQ/2 and SQ/2 Scorpion printing systems and is also a reliable direct replacement for a number of OEM drop-on-demand printers, yielding high-quality results that lead to longer machine life, less downtime, and lower maintenance costs.

A number of components in the improved formulation have been replaced to reduce fluid particle size while maintaining print quality, resulting in a more maintenance-friendly solvent-based ink. The new formulations have been put through rigorous testing procedures to deliver a product that will meet or exceed OEM standards.

SI-AC70 ink and other inkjet coding products are available through Squid Ink’s worldwide network of authorized distributors.

 

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