Why do my plastisol inks change during my run?
Author: Lindsay Merwald/Friday, May 8, 2015/Categories: Industry News - Textile
(Quoted from Nancy Brown. Full article here.)
Overflashing is one of the most commonly misused practices in textile printing. Depending on platen, dwell, and flash temperatures, your inks can transform into a gummy mess or drop low in viscosity, which makes quality control unpredictable. The purpose of flashing is to gel the top layer until it is touch dry.
Click here to read the full answer from Nancy Brown of Wilflex