Wilflex Epic Top Score Pink Hope Plastisol Ink
Wilflex™ Epic Top Score is a series of premixed athletic colors designed to meet the changing demands in the athletic market by delivering a solution for printing on polyester substrates that require low cure temperature.
- Compliant with CPSIA 2008 (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) Section 101, lead content in substrates (<100 ppm lead), 16 CFR, part 1303, lead in paint (<90 ppm lead) and CPSIA 2008, Section 108, Phthalates (<.1% DEHP, DBP, BBP, DINP, DIDP, DNOP).
- Epic series: Eco-passport certified (oeko-tex).
WILFLEX™ COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
For optimal bleed resistance, print Wilflex Epic PolyWhite, the most bleed-resistant white in the Wilflex line. As under base. Set the dryer belt at the highest possible speed while still ensuring that the ink film reaches 300°F (149°C). For an optimal stretch, print Epic Performance White as under base. Set the dryer belt at the highest possible speed while still ensuring that the ink film reaches 290°F (143°C).
Building a thick ink deposit on the polyester substrate provides additional bleed blocking power. To accomplish this. Use the following coating screen method with a wet-on-wet application: 1) Coat print side; 2) Coat squeegee side; 3) Coat print side; 4) Coat squeegee side. Always end coating on the squeegee side to push the emulsion to the print side. Dry screens with the print side facing the floor.
If printing on a hard metal surface, use a palette covering to allow for a softer printing surface. Polyester fabrics are likely to have dye migration issues and may require the use of additional bleed blocker. Such as Epic Performance Underbase Gray. To determine a material's bleed potential. Please reference the testing procedures outlined in the Wilflex User Manual.
Flash at 220°F (105°C) and cure at 290°F (143°C).
Ink degradent or press wash.
Store at 65-90°F (18-32°C), avoiding direct sunlight. Use within one year of manufacturing date.
Wilflex Epic Top Score Pink Hope Plastisol Ink TDS
Honor pricing please?
by David Joseph Guajardo
So on the previous page it says starting at $39.99 but on this page it says $49.99. Is there anyway you guys would honor that pricing of $39.99 on a quart? I know its only $10 but I bid out a job based on the $39.99 and now this changes things for my business a little bit. I am ordering regardless but I would be a lot more satisfied if the pricing is honored for me.