i4F and Benchwick sign digital printing license agreement

i4F (Innovations4Flooring) introduced that Benchwick has signed an i4F digital printing applied sciences license. The settlement covers Benchwick’s ornamental panels that are digitally printed and digitally embossed utilizing a Hopetech digital printing line. The extent and broad scope of i4F’s digital printing applied sciences patent portfolio means an i4F license is basically required for all direct-on-board digitally printed and digitally embossed ground and wall ornamental merchandise, no matter the printing line gear used.  This new settlement provides to Benchwick’s longstanding collaboration with i4F.

Completely out there through an i4F license, i4F’s digital printing applied sciences cluster covers the world’s most superior digital printing and digital embossing applied sciences that improve embossed-in-register optics on ornamental flooring and wall panels, in any materials. i4F’s patent portfolio covers all related jurisdictions – together with the US, China in addition to Europe.

i4F is a bunch of corporations offering patents and applied sciences to the flooring trade.

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