A client wrote to ask, “I am totally confused. My ink manufacturer states in their specifications that plastisol ink only needs to reach 320-degrees Fahrenheit. I recently read a post on one of the message boards by a well-known equipment manufacturer that plastisol ink needs to be cured for a specific length of time. Which is correct? This article discusses the response that was given.

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