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sukanto Kuri
Jun 29, 2022
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In May 2012, Mr. Benny Landa - inventor of the Indigo digital printing machine - announced his new invention which is expected to turn the tables on printing technology and the industry economy. From then until today, there are many publications that speak of a revolution in the printing industry, similar to the one caused by Gutenberg's invention. Nanography differs from other printing methods because it uses an innovative system and a printing method that uses Landa NanoInk ink, a water ink with pigment particles whose size does not exceed a few tens of nanometers! Unlike lithography. Nanography takes advantage of digital printing such as Photo Manipulation Services shorter preparation times, reduced waste, small print capacity and variable data printing. At the same time, however, it promises print quality equal to that of Offset printing. Also, while the Inkjet method deposits the ink directly onto the substrate (paper or other material), Nanography first sprays NanoInk onto a special heating material and only then does the ink transfer to the substrate in the form of a very thin film . Introduction In the printing industry, 98% of all printed pages are produced by 500-year-old analog printing methods. An important reason for this is because digital printing deposits the ink directly on the paper so that the liquid ink penetrates its surface and many of its dye particles penetrate into the paper fibers without being able to absorb enough. light. Additionally, when multiple colors are printed on top of each other, there is a limit to the amount of liquid ink that the paper can accept. This limit is called either TIC (Total Ink Coverage) or TAC (Total Area Coverage). Any amount of ink that exceeds this limit can not "stick" to the previous ink and, above all, this liquid excess amount of ink can not dry on paper.
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