Inkcups Now Corp.
Interested in creating an engraved look on glass and stainless-steel items? With Inkcups Now’s new Diamond Etch ink, users can imitate that look on champagne glasses, travel mugs, and souvenirs. Inkcups says the ink creates a sandblasted or laser-etched appearance using pad-printing or screen-printing processes and notes that the inks save time over the course of long runs when compared to conventional laser etching. The ink is formulated for mechanical and chemical resistance, without heavy metals, and in compliance with California Proposition 65. Inkcups Now Corp., 20 Locust St., Danvers, MA 01923, 800-780-8071, Web: www.inkcups.com.
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