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Low Cure Low Bleed Stretch Sport White Ink
  • Low Cure Low Bleed Stretch Sport White Ink
  • Low Cure Sport White
  • Sport White on a Badger Shirt
Price: $42.00
Part No: AILCLB0072
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Sport White™ Ink is a Low Cure, Low Bleed, Stretch Ink designed to cover 100% Polyester and Polyester - Cotton Blends. This Low Cure, Low Bleed, Stretch Ink has a medium body combined with superior bleed resistance. It has additional stretch that is ideal for athletic garments. Works great on both Manual and Automatic Presses. It has excellent printability and provides a good hand.

  • Low Cure 270°F (can also cure at 320°F but will reduce bleed resistance) 
  • Low Bleed White
  • Stretch Ink
  • Enhanced Optical Brightness
  • Excellent Printability
  • For 100% polyester, 100% cotton/poly blends and 100% cotton
  • Medium Body 
  • Fast flash w/ little tack
  • For auto or manual presses

Recommended Fabrics: 
100% Polyester, 100% Cotton, and Cotton/Polyester blends. Always test print fabric before beginning a production run.

Ink Application:
Sport White™ should be used right from the container without any modifications. If thinning is required, use 1% to 10% by weight of a Curable Low Bleed Reducer. Adding any reducers or additives can lower the bleed resistance, opacity, or increase cure times of ink. STIR the ink prior to printing on press and after addition of reducers or additives.

Mesh and Emulsion:
85-230 t/in monofilament or, for under basing, use 85-110 t/in monofilament (for best bleed resistance).
Any direct or indirect emulsion or capillary film in the 35 to 70 micron range, for best results.

Squeegee:
65-70 Durometer, Sharp Edge

Cure Temperatures:
270°F entire ink film for multiple color prints. It can be cured at 320°F but bleed resistance will be reduced. Test dryer temperatures and wash test printed product before and during a production run.

Clean-Up:
Any environmentally friendly plastisol screen wash

Storage:
Recommend storage at 65°F to 90°F (18°C to 32°C). Avoid storage in direct sunlight. Keep containers well sealed

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Berwyn, IL

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I am a huge fan of the white Low Temperature Curing Plastisol by Screen Print Direct. I've gone through three quarts of it as a newbie. I recently got a large run of black poly blend shirts that the ink just didn't work the right way on. I was PFP and still some areas seemed low on opacity and coverage. I decided to take a chance on this ink, and I'm so glad I did. Switching to this helped with my overall ink coverage and the shirts came out great. It's a thicker and creamier ink, so I stirred the hell out of it with my cordless drill/paint can opener combo before I threw it on the screen. Needed to go slower and with firmer pressure on the squeegee, but the prints came out nice. I use a heat gun to flash, and a heat press as a final cure. I'm switching to this ink as my go-to from now on.

Hennepin, IL

Great White Ink

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Tried this for the first time a week or so ago. Super happy with it! It's nice and creamy, prints excellent, and looks great!! And it's low cure!! Will be using it from here on out!

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