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Zero Ink printing
Mark Peters : February 9th 2007 - 01:28 CET
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Zink Zero InkZero Ink printing : Zink Imaging has unveiled a new way for consumers to print and experience full color digital images without the need for ink cartridges or ribbons. Zink Imaging's patented technology, being shown for the first time at the DEMO 07 conference, shifts the printing paradigm from an ink cartridge or ink ribbon, to a totally inkless system. Images magically appear on the Zink paper without a drop of ink. The key to the Zink process is the Zink paper, which is protected by more than 100 patents and patents pending. Dye crystals are embedded in the Zink paper and are activated by heat from a Zink printer. The crystals then colorize, producing high quality, long-lasting, durable, and affordable images.
Zero Ink printingInnovative printing technology
"At Zink Imaging, we are insisting on the impossible to deliver a revolutionary digital printing experience to the world. Zink technology does not require ink to print, provides a magical user experience, can transform any device into a printer, is good to the environment and most importantly, makes people smile," said Wendy Caswell, president and CEO, Zink Imaging. "Our unveiling at DEMO marks the completion of a long and intense road of research and development that has resulted in a patented, innovative printing technology that we are quite proud to deliver this year."

New Mobile Printing Market
The Zink printing technology will enable a new mobile printing market. Later this year, Zink Imaging's partners will launch the first products using Zink technology. These products are designed to take printing where it has never before been possible - into the pocket of every camera phone and digital camera user. With Zink, printing in the moment becomes possible.

Printing digital images - Camera phones
"Each year, millions of pictures are taken by camera phones and other devices but are never printed because consumers just don't know how or the process is too difficult. Zink Imaging has invented a whole new way of printing digital images through the simple process of just adding paper. With this new inkless technology, consumers can print anywhere they take a picture," said Chris Shipley, executive producer, DEMO. "DEMO has made its reputation by introducing disruptive technology to the marketplace and Zink is definitely one of the most exciting new technologies we have ever had at DEMO."

Zink paper technology
Zink Imaging is the technology inventor and the manufacturer of the Zink paper. It is creating the future of digital printing with a network of the world's most innovative companies and global brands to commercialize Zink enabled products. Zink Imaging will be announcing several partnerships in the coming months.

About Zink Imaging
Zink Imaging, a privately held company, was founded to enable millions of customers to enjoy the magic of Zink “Zero INK” products through the relentless pursuit of inventions and partnerships. A new and simpler approach to printing, Zink shifts the printing paradigm from an ink cartridge or ink ribbon to a totally ink-less system. Zink Imaging is headquartered in Massachusetts.

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