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    Default silkscreen on glass?

    I'm trying to silkscreen onto a wall of windows in a stairwell. Anyone know what kind of ink to use on glass?

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    nazdar 9500 gloss

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    will that dry, or does it need to be cured?

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    I believe that's an enamel ink and it will air dry.

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    it will air dry in under 45 minutes as long as its above 50 degrees fahrenheit. dont print on the glass when the suns hiyying it it'll dry splotchy. wipe it down with screen opener before printing on it.

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    Hold up dude. 9500 is a textile ink.

    Are you sure?

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    sorry...nazdar 5500


    DOH

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    Are you printing on location....that's more fun than Richie after 27 Budweisers.
    Andymac

    services www.squeegeeville.com
    equipment www.tmiscreenprinting.com

    Todo es empezar.

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    busted

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    nazdar 5500 it is- thanks for the info.

    Yes, printing on location, vertical.

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