Standard plastisol ink cures at 320ºF to 330ºF. There is nothing "standard" about our plastisol ink quality. We manufacture only the best screen printing ink for use on virtually any fabric.
Low temperature screen printing ink is still considered plastisol even though they may cure as low as 250ºF. The significantly lower temperature helps prevent numerous fabric-related problems which standard plastisol ink may not control. These problems are: shrinking, scorching, dye migration, ghosting, color-changing, and even melting.
Our special effect screen printing inks are available in a variety of styles: glow in the dark, glitter, sparkle, metallic, suede, puff, gel, and reflective.
We manufacture specialized plastisol screen printing inks for hot split transfers, hot peel transfers, cold peel transfers, and low temperature transfers.
Four color process and simulated process screen printing inks are very specialized as the color must be perfect. Not only do we formulate these inks to have the best viscosity for screen printing through fine mesh, we even offer color value downloads so your computer software will know exactly what our colors are when it separates the art work.