SE Series Spotlight: Silicone Pad Printing Ink

Publisher: Boston Industrial Solutions, Inc.

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SE Series Spotlight: Silicone Pad Printing Ink

In the pad printing ink product spotlight series, we review the SE Series silicone ink. In the last spotlight article, we reviewed the TP Series ink for pad printing on plastics. Every ink line in the Boston Industrial Solutions, Inc., Natron® portfolio has different characteristics. As a result, the different attributes help you find the best ink for your exact inkjet, screen, and pad printing needs. Silicone rubber is known for its exceptional properties. As a result, it is widely used in many industries, ranging from the consumer gift industry to medical devices, sporting goods, etc. Look at your kitchen, for example, you are likely to find utensils made from silicone. When you think about summer and swimming, you will need swim caps, which are made from silicone. Silicone rubber is everywhere, yet people find it hard to decorate products like swim caps and other items.