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You may already know that FlexCure™ inks cure across a range of low to standard cure temperatures (275°F/135°C to 325°F/163°C); but you may be wondering whether these inks need to be handled or printed differently from standard curing inks.
The short answer is no! FlexCure™ inks can be used in the same way you use normally curing inks. But to take full advantage of their low cure capabilities, International Coatings recommend some best practices that apply to any low cure or standard screen ink.
Here are some tips:
FlexCure™ inks (as well as other low cure inks) are heat sensitive, by design. Simply put, they take less heat to cure. This sensitivity is integral to their ability to cure at low temperatures, but also means that they need to be managed more carefully around potential heat sources, particularly during the summer.
Amazing color and quality and pick up was very easy with very nice people
Thank you spsi
Great quality paint and easy to use. Black was very black and not faded which was great.
Nozzles and can gum up and clog constantly. A TOTAL hassle. Had to order bigger nozzles as to not waste the product.
The ink is the best on the market
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