IC 7100 Low Cure Poly Low Cure Poly White Plastisol Ink - Quart
7100 Series should be used straight from the container without any modifications. Stir well before use. If thinning is required use 1% - 5% by weight Curable Reducer. Using reducers or additives may lower the bleed resistance, opacity and/or stretch.
70 Durometer squeegee with sharp edge.
Best if used on mesh counts 110 - 305
Use either HiFi Emulsion, DXP or any standard plastisol emulsion.
Ink must be heat set at 285° F to 300° F. Test dryer temperatures and wash test printed product before and during production run.
Use Environmentally friendly screen wash to easily remove from screens and tools.
Compare to: Wilflex Epic Top Score White
Just printed Augusta wicking shirts
by NOLA printer -
This ink works great! Just printed 36 Augusta 100% polyester wicking dark color shirts, and the white ink held up well. I used a 125 mesh, printed 2 strokes, flash, 1 stroke, flash, 1 stroke, flash, & then my top color. The ink is fairly thin & creamy, so building up 3 bases w/ a top color feels about the same thickness as a 2 color vinyl transfer. Only issue is what out when it comes out the dryer, it's very tacky & soft, so if the shirts folds over & the ink sticks, you've just ruined a shirt. Got to have someone catching on the open in, cannot let the hot shirts fall into a basket. Otherwise, even on a purple wicking 100% polyester shirt, the ink blocked the dye very well.