- Character size
|MK-10||Standard ink||This is a standard type of industrial ink that can be used for general purposes in a variety of industries.|
|MK-14||MEK free ink||MEK is not included in the ink components, which reduces bothersome smells and provides an alternative ink for compliance with certain safety standards.|
|MK-30||Yellow ink||By using ink with yellow pigment, clear printing is possible on black workpieces. This enables highly visible printing on black-coated automotive parts and black resin-molded products.|
|MK-33||White ink||This is a white pigment ink with remarkably improved maintainability. Perfect for those having difficulties managing white ink and inkjet printers.|
Materials that are easy to print on
|Material name||Inkjet printer|
|PC (polycarbonate)||Very good|
|POM (polyacetal)||Very good|
|PBT (polybutylene terephthalate)||Very good|
|PET (polyethylene terephthalate)||Very good|
|ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)||Very good|
|EP (epoxy)||Very good|
|PF (phenol)||Very good|
|PVC (vinyl chloride)||Very good|
|PA (polyamide)||Very good|
|Stainless steel||Very good|
What sort of materials can be printed on?
Industrial-use inkjet printers can print on a wide variety of materials such as metals, resins, glass, packing films, cans, and PET bottles.
In order to print on products moving on production lines, quick-drying ink, which dries in approximately 1 second, is used.
This enables printing on materials other than just highly absorbent ones such as paper and cardboard. As such, these printers are used in a wide range of applications in the food, medical, cosmetic, electrical and electronic component, transportation, and metal industries.
Containers and packaging materials
- - Porous materials
- Paper, roll paper, cardboard, kraft paper bags, textiles, etc.
- - Nonporous materials
- Glass, aluminum cans, PET bottles, wrapping film, pottery, ceramics, etc.
- - Lumber, plaster boards, piping (polyvinyl chloride pipes), aluminum sashes, etc.
Electrical, electronic, mechanical, and automotive parts
- - Resin-molded products, molded products, metal-worked products, cast products, etc.
Surface shape examples
Curved, cylindrical, and rough surfaces
- Batteries, LEDs, bottles, aluminum wheels
Spherical and elliptical surfaces
- Golf balls, light bulbs, eggs, etc.
What is an Inkjet Coder / Inkjet PrinterInternal structure and main purposes of components
About InkInk characteristics