Author Topic: Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne  (Read 948 times)

Offline Rob Coleman

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Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne
« on: April 09, 2015, 11:32:39 AM »
Hello all!  Problems with dye migration/sublimation when printing on 100% Polyester?  Our customers are having unparalleled success with our ImageStar Silicone line.  The advantages over traditional plastisol are many!  Nazdar SourceOne has published a brief 2 page white paper on the challenges of dye migration/sublimation when printing with plastisol and the solution that ImageStar Silicone inks bring to the problem.

Register here for a copy - http://sourceone.nazdar.com/Promo/IMS-Silicone/Dye-Migration?utm_source=April15-GroupS1SalesAll&utm_medium=Reachmail&utm_campaign=1379966_Eml-IMS-Silicone-DyeMigration&utm_content=3856155_Eml-IMS-Silicone-DyeMigration&utm_term=731180_April15-GroupS1SalesAll

Additionally, the Technical Data Sheet can be found here - http://sourceone.nazdar.com/Portals/0/TDS/ImageStar-Silicone-InfoGuide_2015-web.pdf
Rob Coleman | Vice President
Textile Business Unit | Nazdar SourceOne | sourceone.nazdar.com
(800) 677-4657 ext. 3708 | Cell (678) 230-4463
rcoleman@nazdar.com


Offline noortrd

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Re: Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2015, 01:31:32 PM »
Migration is ok but washing fastness very poor than plastisol.

Offline Rob Coleman

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Re: Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2015, 02:41:07 PM »
Migration is ok but washing fastness very poor than plastisol.

Mr Noortrd:  Absolutely not true.  You can not make a blanket statement like that.  Now on some fabrics, maybe so.  But on standard performance wear-type of fabrics, this is false. 

Not sure if you have looked at the ImageStar silicone or some other brand - I think you are outside of the US?  Not all silicone inks are created equal.  Most are industrial type (coating/molding) products that have pigeon-holed into a screen operation.  Not this. 

There are many things that affect adhesion and wash fastness..........
Rob Coleman | Vice President
Textile Business Unit | Nazdar SourceOne | sourceone.nazdar.com
(800) 677-4657 ext. 3708 | Cell (678) 230-4463
rcoleman@nazdar.com

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Re: Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2015, 03:00:42 PM »
Noortrd is in Pakistan.
Been in the industry since 1996.  5+ years with QCM Inks.  Been a part of shops of all sizes and abilities both as a printer and as an Artist/separator.  I am now the Ink and Chemical Product Manager at Ryonet.

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Re: Dye Migration report from Nazdar SourceOne
« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2015, 03:40:31 PM »
Just did a job yesterday on 100% poly red compression shirts with this ink.

Works awesome

We used white and black both on standard 160 mesh,
print white, flash, print white, flash, print black.

white is super bright and stretches with the shirt.
Blacktop Graphics Screenprinting and Consulting Services