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UV or not UV…the questions answered.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018
By Print 21 Online Article

Heidelberg invited its customers to a VIP Packaging event at the new Print Media Academy at Wiesloch.

Left to itself when stacked on pallets on the factory floor, print takes on average a day to dry. Then it can be put back through the press for perfecting or coating. Or a single-sided sheet can be folded, creased and cut in the next step of its journey without danger of scuffing or scratching. However, in this printing game time costs money and sometimes 24 hours is too long to wait. For those in a hurry there’s always UV drying.

Patrick Howard reports in the latest issue of Print21 magazine.


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