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About Nylon Ink

Nylon screen printing ink is specially formulated for extra adhesion, stretchability, and durability. One Stroke Inks manufactures a full line of nylon ink for screen printing basketball reversibles, football uniforms, soccer uniforms, baseball jerseys, and much more. Over 30 stock colors as well as metallics and custom color matches are available in the 222 Series by One Stroke Inks. Send us any wet sample, material sample, or pantone color to match and we can usually ship the custom mixed ink by the next business day. This can save you much time and effort of mixing your own inks. learn more

Nylon Ink Tips & Tricks

Screen printing nylon ink on uniforms does not have to be a difficult process. One Stroke Inks has compiled a few tips and tricks to help streamline this process and introduce athletic printers to new products. These products include pallet tape, water based adhesives, and Saatichem Fixer 9. Click the following link to read some nylon ink printing tips. learn more

Adding Catalyst To Nylon Ink

The only time it is recommended to use a nylon catalyst with nylon ink is when you are printing on water resistant or waterproof materials. Team bags and jackets will commonly require the use of catalyst. learn more

Curing Nylon Ink

Proper curing the screen printing ink is critical on 100% nylon materials. This can be a very difficult process due to the weight of some nylon uniforms. Testing the temperature of the conveyor dryer and knowing the time the garment is spending under the heat can be the difference between many seasons of use and an angry customer wanting new uniforms. learn more

Flash Time & Temperature

Flash time and temperature will vary dramatically depending on many factors including the flash unit, garment type, and the exact ink you are screen printing with. Every ink is different and should be treated as such. 222 Series will not flash as quickly as the Colormax Series even though both inks will screen print on 100% nylon. It is best to pre-test with all inks and uniforms. learn more

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