It is a so infinitesimal space, that it’s enough to put in line ten atoms to fill it up completely. Think on the head of a pin, a fairly small space, but entering into the world of nanotechnology, we have found out that even in a that tiny place, there is enough space to write all the twenty-four volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica.At a structural level, the nanocolorant has all the features of a nanofluid; for what concerns the printing instead, the nanocolorant is fixed easly on any type of materials, even those which by definition are non suitable to be printed on (the glass could be one of these) drying for touchproof is immediate, while its complete structural drying on some kind of materials must be forced by a polymerization under the programmed temperature, on the others with a normal air drying. The grip on almost all the materials is ensured by the fact that the nanocomponents of this colored fluid can penetrate, and to reticule in consequence all materials thanks to the very small size of its components. Of course in case of this kind of colour you cannot expect coverage characteristics as they are not compatible with one coat coverage. This aspect for some may be seen as a disadvantage (forex PVC etc.) to others, a big advantage because in case of luxurious materials is important that the print won’t cover the characteristics of the material and won’t be invasive during various decoration processes.
These pigments represents the most sopfhisticated solution that nanotechnology could ever offer to the industry. in the field of design of esthetics, fashion, furniture, packaging and in all what we consider an Industrial Printing. Wood, leather and so on are the ideal materials for this use. Case a part for glass because for this material is essential its transparency. In fact it is not possible to think of a printed glass which has lost its characteristics of transparency. The nanocolorant regarding the structural features, its definition and print quality, acts in a completely different way from all the colors that we already know and that traditionally are used in the field of digital printing.