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May 23rd, 2006

PRPflexo Achieves New Heights In RFID Printing On Corrugated Board

Abstract:
PRPflexo has just released the results of the print trials at Clemson University in conjunction with Parelec of Rocky Hill, NJ who supplied their ParmodŽ silver ink. The results achieved demonstrated the feasibility of direct printing of minute antennae onto corrugated cases with lines of 3/1000ths at an ink volume of 13.7bcm.

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