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Tip For Successful Prints - What to know about low-cure inks

Tip For Successful Prints - What to know about low-cure inks

Author: Lindsay Merwald/Thursday, July 25, 2019/Categories: Industry News - Textile

(Quoted from Keith Stevens and International Coatings.)
Using a low-cure ink means fusing the ink at a lower temperature than usual, typically around 275 degrees F (135°C). Typically, this means protecting either a heat-sensitive fabric from shriveling up or trying to keep the polyester dye from sublimating and migrating. Before starting a job with low curing temperatures, please be sure to check on the following essential points:

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