Got technical questions on ink? This Nazdar video will help

Nazdar's award-winning InkAnswers service helps customers worldwide find solutions to their most perplexing ink questions.

Nazdar Ink Technologies is marking the ongoing success of InkAnswers with the launch of a brief new video explaining how this award-winning - and completely free of charge - Q&A service works: https://youtu.be/ggo1vR3hv7w

One of the ways Nazdar is working to provide the best technical support in the industry, Nazdar's This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. email service helps inkjet, screen, and narrow web printers worldwide find solutions to their printing ink needs. A team of 22 ink technicians, scientists, and industry consultants - with combined experience of more than 300 years - fields questions regarding multiple print applications including graphic screen, narrow web, inkjet, pad printing and more.

Nazdar InkAnswers Team

The diverse knowledge of the InkAnswers team allows them to quickly provide suggestions and/or product recommendations to most questions in less than an hour.

Bruce Ridge, Director of Technical Service at Nazdar, explains: "Typical questions we receive are varied, wide-ranging, and span numerous print technologies. Common questions from users are for ink application recommendations, colour match formulas, and for regulatory documentation for specific inks.

"This service is designed to provide technical support to busy printers and distributors that would rather email their questions from their phone or computer in order to receive a detailed response in writing (sometimes with attachments) that they can read at their convenience."

For more information, view the new video online at: https://youtu.be/ggo1vR3hv7w visit: http://www.nazdar.com/en-us/inkanswers or email your perplexing inks and coating questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To ensure that your request is processed quickly and accurately, be sure to provide as many details as possible, including your project's S.A.F.E. (Substrate, Application, Finishing, End-Use) information.