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Offline ericheartsu

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Re: PrintGrip
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2023, 07:59:47 PM »
So keep in mind we only print HSA/WB/DC, and the way this was sold to me is that one of the big guys, paramount maybe did a 70kpc run for NIKE with HSA, and it last the entire time.

I don't know if we've done that many units, but we've been on the same set since Feb.

Our second press had it added in August.

Ive been really impressed with how long it lasts, and doesn't seem to have the same off gassing issues as watebased glue.
Can I ask what pallet size you are on? I noticed the print grip sheets are very limited in size. In order to cover one pallet from front to back we would need one and a half sheets. It seems the print grip sheets are designed for standard M&R size pallets.

i believe we run them on16x24" pallets. there is about 2" of space on the top and bottom of the pallet. the reason we haven't swapped our third press, is because our third press runs a digital machine, and we want the pallet surface to be uniform. Print Grip won't make the sheets longer. we've asked.
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Offline Zelko-4-EVA

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Re: PrintGrip
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2023, 01:41:16 PM »
So keep in mind we only print HSA/WB/DC, and the way this was sold to me is that one of the big guys, paramount maybe did a 70kpc run for NIKE with HSA, and it last the entire time.

I don't know if we've done that many units, but we've been on the same set since Feb.

Our second press had it added in August.

Ive been really impressed with how long it lasts, and doesn't seem to have the same off gassing issues as watebased glue.
Can I ask what pallet size you are on? I noticed the print grip sheets are very limited in size. In order to cover one pallet from front to back we would need one and a half sheets. It seems the print grip sheets are designed for standard M&R size pallets.

i believe we run them on16x24" pallets. there is about 2" of space on the top and bottom of the pallet. the reason we haven't swapped our third press, is because our third press runs a digital machine, and we want the pallet surface to be uniform. Print Grip won't make the sheets longer. we've asked.

i see that they have three different levels of tack  - "Medium White, High Tack Yellow, and Super High Tack Black"  - which one did you find worked the best for you?   

Offline ericheartsu

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Re: PrintGrip
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2023, 01:47:42 PM »
We've only used the yellow, and works GREAT!
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