It uses a higher proportion of vegetable oils than the standard ranges and is less prone to inconsistencies in colour intensity. Three years was spent on developing Inkredible, which was launched in September 2007. Despite costing around 4% more than the company’s standard range, Stehlin Hostag argues that in the long term, printers will make very real costs savings through reduced waste, improved quality and faster running speeds. The Inkredible range has six grades, incorporating various levels of rub-resistance, gloss and speed of drying.
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