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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 Parmod® 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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