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Screen Security Inks

Printing using screen (also known as silk-screen) printing systems allows for heavy film-weights of large pigments, which is very useful when printing some highly secure inks.

 

This is the best method for printing optically variable inks and also some features unique to Luminescence, such as Fire & Ice.

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Thermochromic
Optically Variable
Fluorescent
Photochromic
Metameric
Coin Reactive
Infra Red Fluorescent
Infra Red Invisible
UV & IR Absorbing
Affirm
Fire & Ice
Reactor Pen Inks
NanoSwitch
Bi-Fluorescent
Tri-Fluorescent (TFX+VTFX)
QFX
Solvent Sensitive
Aquafuge
Secondary Fluorescent
Combifuge
Aquaset
Bleach Reactive
Erasable
Adhesion Promoting Varnish
Inks for Laminates
Irreversible Thermochromic
Obliterating Thermochromic
Aquableed
Magnetic (MICR)
Papermark
Heat Transferable
Phosphorescent Stamp
Cold Carbonising
Signature Panel
Daylight Fluorescent
Phosphorescent ‘Glow’
Printing processes