November 16, 2023 in 

Electrophoretic ink was specifically created to adhere to electrophoretic paper, and when an electric current passes through it, electrophoretic ink becomes visible and sticks fast!

The ink contains tiny pigment particles suspended in a liquid. When an electric current is applied, these particles are drawn toward paper and quickly deposited – quickly drying into an impressive high-definition image.

Electrophoretic ink has many uses, from circuit boards and displays to flexible electronics, 3D printing, and flexible packaging applications, all through flexible packaging applications and 3D printing.

Electrophoretic ink (or electronic) is a type of ink that uses an electric field to move charged pigment particles suspended in liquid media, often found in inkjet printers due to its superior printing results.

Electrophoretic ink creates sharp and clear images on all types of paper – coated and uncoated alike – while remaining fade-proof and smudge-proof, making it suitable for archival uses.

Electrophoretic ink offers many advantages over traditional printing techniques, including compatibility with more paper types and higher-quality images that resist fading, smudge damage, and damage due to sun glare.

Electrophoretic ink printing technology has emerged as an effective and versatile means of producing high-quality prints on various types of paper without smudging or spreading upon application by users.

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