A Synthetic Resin is industrially produced resins, typically viscous substances that convert into rigid polymers by the process of curing. In order to undergo curing, resins typically contain reactive end groups, such as acrylates or epoxides. It is a chemical substance that is artificially created to mimic the characteristics of its naturally occurring counterpart. It is a chemical organic compound mainly composed of atoms such as carbon, hydrogen and a little oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur etc. The Synthetic Resin is used to produce inks, topcoats and primers for numerous industries, including graphic arts and many other purposes.