5 Key Considerations When Printing Direct-to-Shape

5 Key Considerations When Printing Direct-to-Shape

9th October 2019

Digital printing has come a long way since its inception and use for flat surfaces. Although flat substrates still make up the majority of digital printing applications, we are seeing an increase in inkjet’s use to directly image onto finished products in a wide range of sectors. In fact, it is being seen in both printing and coating applications where either a process step can be removed, such as a label, or reducing overspray when applying a protective coating to parts. Printing onto complex shapes opens a host of new challenges that were never seen before in traditional printing.

We asked our own Phil Collins (Director – Advanced R&D) to tell us the 5 key considerations that need to be taken into account when developing a direct-to-shape inkjet printing solution – https://www.globalinkjetsystems.com/5-key-considerations-for-printing-direct-to-shape/

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