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How do you cure a screen print (for plastisol ink)?


It is very important to know how to cure properly while working on prints using any type of inks while printing on any textile. However, when it comes to curing plastisol ink, it is essential to keep in mind a few things, failing which the print tends to come off after the first wash itself, the color starts fading and the ink begins to crack. There are a few governing factors which decide if the ink curing process is properly done and maintaining the air temperature and humidity are two of those. The ink should be dried in a safe and controlled environment to ensure a rich print which is expected on the garment. Here are five pointer to keep in mind while using Plastisol Ink and curing it :

What temperature do you need? :

It is necessary that not just the garment but also the ink reaches 320 ​º F to 3​50 ​º F in the temperature scale for it to get cured. Complete bonding can only be obtained if once the garment curing temperature is slightly higher than ink curing temperature.

Is there any particular equipment to be used? :

There is need for choosing the correct mechanical equipment for the curing to be efficiently done. Investing in a good conveyor dryer keeps the production rate on the higher side while maintaining good quality. If budget is a constraint then flash dryers or heat guns should be better options.

How to understand if the temperature is right? :

It is important to understand the temperature of the Plastisol ink during its curing process. In order to do this, a heat gun with laser pointers or Thermolabels can be used. Thermolabels are very efficiently designed to react within a few seconds as soon as the marked temperature is reached and change their temperature distinctly. How does a heat gun help, if at all? : A heat gun or a non-contact pyrometer can be used by pointing towards the print and noting the reading. You may not get the reading which tell if a garment is completely cured, but you get to measure dryer temperature and get assured that the textile material is being cured properly.


The importance and ways of testing :

There are two good ways to make sure that the curing is being done properly. Performing a ‘wash test’ by taking a sample of a test garment and washing it with general clothing and later observing if any flaking or cracking or ink is seen will tell you if it’s been done properly. A ‘ stretch test’ comprises of taking a sample of the garment and pulling it between your finger, if the ink gets stretched and doesn’t flake, the curing process has been effective.

The Future of Screen Printing

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Screen printing is not to be confused with print screen. It is a printing method where a net is used to transfer ink on a surface. It was founded in the year 1911 in China during the Song Dynasty. It was later adapted by the Asian countries. But nowadays, with the market for screen printing shrinking rapidly, the future of this process seems to be in peril. There is no denying the fact that screen printing is now being taken over by digital printing.

This is because digital printing delivers full colour results in no time and also saves the expenses in doing so. These strengths are highly attractive in the manufacturing sector. Digital printing enables the manufacturer to customize products at a low cost.

Screen printing is now an old fashioned, smelly and unreliable technique. Moreover it cannot be used in fast manufacturing plants. Besides it takes a lot of items to complete a screen printing. It requires a stencil as in the structure that consists the screen where the ink in to be printed. Next is a squeegee which causes the ink to flow into the net and removes excess ink from the stencil. Another one is substrate. It is the surface where the ink is to be printed. Last is the ink which is used to colour the print.


Many practitioners believe that screen printing will disappear in the near future as it is oldest of all the printing methods. It is existing today just because of its ability to print on the widest of the substrates with a wide variety of inks. However it will soon be overcome by digital printing methods.

In order to screen printing to survive, it needs to modernize its printing process and make it more cost efficient. A key area where screen printing needs to improve is the production speed. This the main aspect where digital printing wins. To achieve this objective a roller squeegee should be used in screen printing process. This will greatly increase the speed of production as well the consistency. The roller squeegees will increase the speed of production but to match with its speed the inks must also be modified in order to make them dry fast. Ink must be modified in order to consistently transfer that will dry prints effectively at these new speeds.

Apart from these opinions, I personally think that screen printing can be revived again if it is modified and it can compete with digital printing. All screen printing needs is a little initiative and it can be beck in the market with a bang. Not only does the final product of screen printing looks beautiful, it makes the print unique and ideal for the decoration.

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