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    Soy Ink

    A recent development in vegetable oil-based printing inks obtaining its oil-based vehicle from soybean oil. The use of vegetable oil-based vehicles has improved the printing characteristics of many inks, and soy ink has achieved excellent results when used in newsink, and helps eliminate smudging. Other types of vegetable oils used include rapeseed and linseed oils.

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