Screen Printing Shirts: Heat Setting Water Based Inks Without Forced Air

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Screen Printing Shirts: Heat Setting Water Based Inks Without Forced Air

Postby Catspit Productions » Fri Jun 16, 2017 4:31 pm

Screen Printing Shirts: Heat Setting Water Based Inks Without Forced Air

This is another spontaneous and candid screenprinting tutorial video about water based inks for textile printing. In this episode I discuss my thoughts on heat setting water based inks with only a standard infrared flash cure unit. As you know a forced air flash cure or belt dryer is most ideal for working with water based inks. But sometimes people just starting out only have a standard infrared panel flash cure or even belt dryer. So how can we heat set water based textile inks without that forced air equipment? Watch this video and listen to my detailed explanation as we discuss curing of plastisol inks compared to that of water based inks and why forced air is best for water based inks. This video is a standalone video for those of you who ask this question often. It may have been addressed in a previous video to some degree but this should really help you understand what you need to do with water based inks and standard infrared panel machinery. I hope it makes sense as I always do my videos unscripted and from the top of my head with all my experience. Enjoy and learn something about screenprinting tee shirts!


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