We use soy based inks only and have had some complaints from customers about a "chemically" smell on their final pieces. Has anyone else had these same complaints?
Have to disagree with this. It doesn't have to be the nature of the beast.If you ran on uncoated, the smell is usually strong enough that even my "press stench" dead sniffer gets a little overwhelmed. I don't know much about "unscented" inks, but unfortunately, I think it's just the nature of the beast.
huh...I'll have to ask my vendor about those next time he comes in.Have to disagree with this. It doesn't have to be the nature of the beast.
That may be so for the majority of ink & chemistry people choose to use, but there are inks & chemistry out there that have very low odour on press. Most important low odour & low migration on the final printed piece.
Correct Alois. Print & cut same day if needed on that stock now we use this fountain solution & ink. Although we have just gone back to our original stock as the sheeted cut xerox stock was a pain compared to guillotine cut stock.Lukew,
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