Printers Choice Process Cyan Non-Phthalate Plastisol Ink
Printers Choice Process Plastisol inks are either phthalate free or phthalate compliant plastisol inks. Process inks are transparent in nature and meant to mix together for a four color process image and not to be printed separately. We also recommend having process clear on hand during process printing in case one of the colors needs to be slightly adjusted.
** 5 Gallon buckets will drop ship from the manufacture. Please allow 7-10 business days for processing and shipping. ** Courier shipping is not available on 5 gallon buckets due to extra shipping and processing.
$34.99 – $239.99
Pantone Number: Process Cyan
Note: Pantone descriptions may not be exact, but very close.
SE Series Special Effects Plastisol Textile Inks
- Fashion designs, unusual effects
- Recommended to be printed on light, medium, and dark color textiles of cotton or cotton/polyester blends
- Broad line of special effects plastisol inks
- Easy printing on manual or automatic equipment
- Creamy consistency and clean release from the screen.
The SE series Special Effects plastisol inks are and extensive line of “looks” which include metallics, glitters, fluorescents, process colors, and holographic inks.
Process Colors: Four soft hand, non-build-up colors are available for four-color process designs in SE and HS series. These inks may also be used to tone SE or HO series inks. Other colors may be available upon request.
Exenteder Base: Soft Hand Clear, Process Clear, SE014
Fusion: SE series plastisol inks are recommended to be fused at 325oF. Many of the SE series inks rely upon gloss and clarity for their best effect. In general, gloss and clarity increase with degree of fusion; therefore; under cured designs will not utilize the special effect to its utmost. Remember that plastisol fusion is a time-temperature process.
Clean Up: Spray/wipe
Packaging: 1 gallon pails, 5 gallon pails, 30 gallon drums, 50 gallon drums
Note: -Always pretest ink and fabric under normal plant conditions before starting a production run.