Product News: Materials & Material Processing
Screen Printing Ink can be used on plastics.
Press Release Summary:
September 15, 2011 - Formulated for adhesion to range of plastics, Sapphire BA series pad and screen printing ink is rated toy safe, free of heavy metals and restricted phthalates, and compliant with CPSIA and California Proposition 65. Alcohol-resistant, opaque, and glossy ink has highly pigmented formula suitable for use with 305 mesh and images with fine details. Product can be used as 1- or 2-component ink and, when used with hardener, exhibits optimized abrasion resistance and pot life (8-9 hr).
Original Press Release
Screen Printing Ink Series for Pens - Sapphire BA from Inkcups Now Corporation
Press release date: September 12, 2011
For more information about pad and screen printing ink, visit: http://inkcups.com/inks-thinners/screen-pad-printing-ink/Default.aspx
For more information about BA series ink for plastic, visit: http://inkcups.com/inks-thinners/screen-pad-printing-ink/ba/Default.aspx
Similarly to all Sapphire inks, BA series is rated toy safe, free of heavy metals and restricted phthalates, and compliant with the CPSIA and California Proposition 65. For more information please visit www.inkcups.com, call 978-646-8980 or send an email to email@example.com.
About Inkcups Now Corp: Inkcups Now Corp provides comprehensive solutions for the specialty printing of promotional products and label-free apparel, as well as for a wide range of industrial and automotive parts, sporting goods, electronic and medical devices. The company offers equipment, consumables and expertise in pad printing, laser plate-making, inkjet printing and screen printing. Direct sales offices are located in the USA (Massachusetts, California, Georgia, Rhode Island, Arizona, Iowa), Canada (Ontario) and Honduras; additional warehouses are located in Italy, China and Hong Kong. Technical support is offered in English and Spanish.