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The standard FLAAR Reports procedures for inspecting an ink
The procedure for initiating an evaluation of a wide-format ink is straightforward.
If a company has a good reputation and produces a reliable ink, then the FLAAR Reports program tends to have an interest in considering doing an evaluation on this ink.
To accomplish an evaluation the crucial step is to be able to visit the ink factory, R&D department, and demo room.
Next important step is to visit end-users, to see how the ink functions out in the real world.
So for Jetbest ink we began learning about them during 2009.
Jetbest available as dye-based and also as pigment based
The first generation was dye-based. The second generation is pigment-based. It prints on non-coated materials:
Jetbest new special-adhesion ink also available in roll-to-roll chemistry
Most interest is in the flatbed version of the Jetbest ink. But it also is available as roll to roll. I saw this at the R&D labs and demo room of Jetbest corporation in Taiwan recently. I spent several days at the company, inspecting their ink production facilities.
Then I visited the Taipei sign expo on the last set-up day. A printer was using the roll-to-roll version of the ink.
What is the difference between Jetbest and other ink companies in Asia?
Most ink companies make just solvent and eco-solvent ink. Some make inks for printing on textiles. Some make UV-cured inks.
Jetbest makes lots of traditional inks, but they realize that the future is in innovative inks. The future is developing better inks: not just copying other inks. This philosophy led Dr Alex Liu to initiate development of inks for non-coated roll materials and for thick rigid material.
Jetbest Magic Ink comes in many many colors
Naturally Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black. Obviously light Cyan and light Magenta. But Magic Ink also comes in
Jetbest is available around the world
You can find Jetbest ink in North America (through David Chen, Affordable Sign). You can find Jetbest ink in Africa, Oceania, South America, Europe, and of course throughout Asia.
First posted May 16, 2011.
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