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Add Sparkle and Shine with Xerox® Specialty Dry Inks.
Xerox® Specialty Dry Inks — including Metallic, White, and Clear — help you outshine your competition by adding incredible value to your digital prints. It's easier than ever to create stunning, premium effects that deliver impactful results with Clear Dry Ink (available on the Xerox® Iridesse™ Production Press, Xerox® Color 800i/1000i Presses, Xerox® Color C60/C70, and Xerox® iGen® 5 Press), White Dry Ink (available on the Xerox Iridesse Production Press and Xerox iGen 5 Press), and Metallic Dry Inks (offered exclusively for the Xerox Iridesse Production Press and Xerox Color 800i/1000i Presses).
Xerox® Metallic Dry Inks
The newest Specialty Dry Inks let you migrate more jobs to digital, creating silver and gold metallic effects with images, artwork, logos, text, seals, and personalized communications.
Highlight logos and graphic elements with stunning metallic effects.
Enhance the look of photos and collateral with metallic image overlays.
Bring the eye-catching value of metallic inks to personalized communications to add even more pop to your jobs.
Xerox® White Dry Ink
Xerox White Dry Ink plays multiple roles in the printing process:
It enables white to be printed on colored substrates — sitting atop either non-white media or CMYK-printed images.It can provide a bright white base coat for optimizing CMYK vibrancy and enabling variable information printing on colored surfaces.It can broaden the range of non-white substrates that can be used for invitations, menus and various marketing pieces — such as direct mail, postcards, business cards and posters — often to striking effect.And when printed in percentages rather than full coverage, white ink can create frost or translucent effects.
Kraft (tan-colored) and dark folding carton board are more functional and attractive with White Dry Ink.
Using White Dry Ink with dark cover weight stocks opens up a world of opportunities to create striking designs on direct mail, invitations and postcards.
Manually printing an additional layer of White Dry Ink can increase opacity. For this folder, the horse and text were printed with a first layer of white. The text was then manually printed with a second layer of white to stand out brilliantly against the black cover stock.
Xerox® Clear Dry Ink
Xerox Clear Dry Ink allows you to add new dimensions to output using spot, flood, or textured effects.
Flood an entire page for sheen and protection with a varnish effect.
Use a spot application to make specific elements pop or apply authentication marks.
Magnify the dramatic dimensional effect by adding multiple passes of Specialty Dry Inks.
Who uses Specialty Dry Inks?
Most who provide print, design and marketing services dream of working on a project that involves specialty effects, but the added cost and time can make these projects quite a rarity. The Xerox® Iridesse™ Production Press, Xerox® iGen® 5 Press, and Xerox® Color 800i/1000i Press change that.
Here are some real-life examples of how Specialty Dry Inks make it easier and more cost-effective than ever to unleash brilliant, results-driving specialty effects.