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Standard ink

Standard ink

These inks are general purpose or multipurpose inks, which can be used in a variety of ways such as stamping, off-set, silkscreen, spraying, variegating, etc. This ink is the best all around ink to have if one is doing different types of printing and wants to have only one type of ink on hand to keep inventory and mix up to a minimum. Some dilution will be necessary depending on the type of printing method used. High speed mixing is recommended.

Screen ink

Screen ink

These inks are specially formulated for the silkscreen process only. They are slightly more economical than standard inks and depending on the type of equipment and screen size, some dilution may be necessary. These inks also work fairly well with spray method. High speed mixing is recommended.

Four color process ink

Four color process ink

These inks are formulated for four color process screen printing. Proper printing equipment with high degree of registration will be required to do this printing. These inks are not stock items. They are made on demand only.

Fluorescent ink

Fluorescent ink

This screen ink color shows up best in daylight or UV light. A coarse mesh screen of around 250 mesh is recommended for more visability.

Off-set ink

Off-set ink

These inks are mainly formulated for off-set or flexographic printing. They are readly to use or may require very little dilution depending on the type of equipment used. These inks are recommended if only one is mainly doing off-set or letter press type printing only and prefer not to do their own mixing and thinning. High speed mixing is recommended.

Variegating ink

Variegating ink

These inks are mainly formulated for the process of balloon dipping that is referred to as marbling, variegating, and mottling. Dilution will be necessary and will vary based on results desired. Lower percentages of solvents will produce more intense colors. High speed mixing is recommended.