The Handjet line of EBS handheld printers have revolutionized direct printing. Replace stencils, hand stamps, roll coders, and other time-consuming marking methods with the latest in next-generation portable inkjet printing. Learn more about handheld EBS Printers.
Ink is a very important consideration for any direct marking application. Since the EBS printer allows you to physically print anywhere, it’s important to use an ink that won’t smear or fade on the chosen substrate.
The most aggressive ink in the EBS portfolio is MEK Ink, which is suitable for printing on non-porous surfaces such as metal, plastic and concrete. Acetone Ink is most appropriate for printing on porous surfaces, such as paper, cardboard, wood and textiles. Finally, Ethanol and Water-Based Inks are only suitable for some porous surfaces. See the EBS ink chart here.