DuPont celebrating 35th Anniversary of DuPont Artistri Digital Inks


This year, DuPont is celebrating the 35th Anniversary of DuPont Artistri Digital Inks. In 1989, DuPont introduced Cromalin, the first pigment dispersions, that were sampled to desktop printers. Since then, the Artistri Digital Inks portfolio has evolved significant growth and expansion, offering solutions to multiple printing segments, which include home & office, textile, commercial, and packaging. This marks an extraordinary moment for DuPont and the entire Artistri team. Throughout this journey, the company has brought countless innovations to the market and focused on developing them in collaboration with our OEM partners. After the first dispersion was launched in 1989, DuPont manufactured the GTP (Group Transfer Polymerization) resins, a controlled polymer technology used to make the first black pigment dispersion, replacing the dye-base in desktop printers.