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An extender, also known as a filler, in printing ink technology is a white transparent, or semi-transparent, component whose purpose is to reduce the cost of the ink, by increasing the area covered by a given weight of pigment. They generally have little colouring power.

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  • An extender, also known as a filler, in printing ink technology is a white transparent, or semi-transparent, component whose purpose is to reduce the cost of the ink, by increasing the area covered by a given weight of pigment. They generally have little colouring power.
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  • An extender, also known as a filler, in printing ink technology is a white transparent, or semi-transparent, component whose purpose is to reduce the cost of the ink, by increasing the area covered by a given weight of pigment. They generally have little colouring power.
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