Perhaps the greatest headache is that of achieving cure in plastisol ink. Most novice screenprinters are under the mistaken assumption that all that is needed is for the ink to reach a certain temperature for two minutes to ensure a proper cure. If it were only that simple.
This book gives detailed advice about the curing of plastisol ink that every textile screenprinter needs, to be assured that the ink on shirts that they deliver every day are completely cured and will not be returned. This is a huge and constant headache for every textile screenprinter – the fear of having a job returned because the ink was undercured and washed away in the laundering process. Or, it was overcured and cracked after the first laundry. You do not have to live with this fear.
Format: Adobe PDF
File Size: 528 kb
Publisher: Solutions Publishing
Sold by: ScreenprintBooks.com
Author: Bill Hood
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