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wikisignpedia officially launches in Beta Version

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wiki updated due to glitch in post count. This glitch has now been rectified.

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Wikisignpedia has now been launched in beta-version to 15 trustee members of UKSB only.

We would like to encourage members to contribute as much as possible. Particularly on information based on their geographical location.

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Eco Solvent

Eco-Solvent inks are available for most manufacturers; Roland, Mimaki, Mutoh and Seiko to name a few.

Essentially, Eco Inks are low irritant and low or no fumes.

Early eco inks were prone to scratch and rub off, but new technology in recent years has seen an improvement to ink technology.

In recent years, eco inks like Bordeaux Ink have been made from citrus bases, leaving little or no unpleasant odor at all.

Whilst some manufacturers like Roland have claimed their new Eco Max inks are far superior to the original eco inks, some argue they are not at this stage, as good as full solvent inks for longevity.

The fact that it is low on fumes, is a strong argument for operator comfort, and an argument hard to dispute by some full solvent manufacturers.

 
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