Screen Printing Ink – From Top Printing Supplies & Equipment

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Screen Printing Ink

With the world’s largest market for screen printing, graphic design companies rely on Plastisol to create professional-looking marketing materials, t-shirts, hoodies, and much more. Screen Printing Ink like Plastisol is cost-effective, easy to use, and can be printed in large quantities with great results. Transfer your designs onto cloth, synthetic fabric, cotton, linen, and more using screen printing ink produced by Blick. We offer great quality and low prices for screen printing ink.

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Full-color printing with plastisol inks is easy, no matter if you are a small business creating direct mail pieces or a large corporation designing a corporate logo. Our inks work great for almost any graphic design project. For example, if you want to print a brochure for your company, we can accommodate any size printing job including pocket, brochure, letterhead, and even folders. We are the only commercial printer that offers an assortment of color mixing options to best match the final printing shade. Our color matching system ensures that your final product will look professional and have accurate color options.

Plastisol inks can be used for many purposes. They work well for text, logos, images, and everything in between. Plastisol inks can be applied correctly and merge seamlessly with the top layers of original artwork, creating a seamless final product. There are several things you can do if the printouts don’t turn out as you expect. Many times we can adjust the sizing of the original image to make it look like the final result. If this fails, we can always re-flow the plastisolink to achieve a different result.

Top 3 Benefits of Our Fourth Generation Screen Printing Ink: Water-Based Inks

Our customers are delighted with the final product. The inks stand out and are more visible than other screen printing inks. We have a great finish to our printed products and our customers love them! We are often asked how we discovered plastisol ink and how it is applied. We will be taking a closer look at this ink in this article.

First, why do you use screen printing ink? There are many reasons to choose vinyl or water-based inks for any project. To keep things simple we’ll list our top 3 reasons: Easily Cleanable, Affordable, and Affordable Prices. Easily Cleanable – because liquid inks easily come off the stencil/layer when you need to remove them, they can be cleaned right in the dishwasher. Most importantly, they can be easily cleaned with soap and water because they are resistant to stain and scratch.

Affordable Pricing – Most of our products are only a few dollars per piece. This allows you to get the best bang for your buck. Vinyl and water-based inks are much more expensive than oil-based inks and even cheaper than plastisol ink. We want our customers to get the best value for money. It’s worth considering the pros and cons of plastisol ink. Because it is a liquid product, it can be easily customized. We can easily change the color, size, or quantity of the droplets and the overall volume can be adjusted.

Our Best Color Mixing System – Our inks are formulated to work in conjunction with each other to ensure the best color mixes possible. Because of this, the end result is a very vibrant, professional-looking print – even better than if you were to handwrite the design! This is the ultimate in color mixing! You can make your colors even more versatile by using our easy-to-clean screen printing ink. This allows you to easily remove droplets and avoid ink splatters.

Quick-drying – While emulsions take some time to dry, it only takes a very short amount of time when using water-based inks. This means you can have your print-ready in minutes, instead of hours. This also means no damage to your surfaces during the printing process. If you want to go even faster, consider using an accelerated drying process. Some of these systems do not use heat during the ink-to-paper conversion. This means that you could have your documents dry in as little as five minutes.

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