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ink for 84% nylon/16% Lycra, etc.

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Sbrem:
We're working on a project with a contract customer, and they are looking to print on some items we haven't run into before. I'll asking them to provide some samples for us to test on. One of them is as described above, 84% nylon and 16% Lycra.
Right off the bat, I'd say Nylobond and Stretch additive. I'm a little concerned about some type of chemical reaction, and was wondering if anyone here has any experience with this type of material? It's for some Lululemo products. Then there are some items from Ten Thousand, a new brand to me, and they seem rather upscale. These are 84% poly, and 16% Spandex (same as Lycra, yes?) so now we're thinking a gray blocking base and top color, both with stretch additive added. Again, has anyone worked with these? Like I said, we're going to require our customer provide some samples for testing. I hope everyone is having a nice day.

Steve

Homer:

--- Quote from: Sbrem on October 04, 2023, 09:55:50 AM ---We're working on a project with a contract customer, and they are looking to print on some items we haven't run into before. I'll asking them to provide some samples for us to test on. One of them is as described above, 84% nylon and 16% Lycra.
Right off the bat, I'd say Nylobond and Stretch additive. I'm a little concerned about some type of chemical reaction, and was wondering if anyone here has any experience with this type of material? It's for some Lululemo products. Then there are some items from Ten Thousand, a new brand to me, and they seem rather upscale. These are 84% poly, and 16% Spandex (same as Lycra, yes?) so now we're thinking a gray blocking base and top color, both with stretch additive added. Again, has anyone worked with these? Like I said, we're going to require our customer provide some samples for testing. I hope everyone is having a nice day.

Steve

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Orion:
Check with One Stroke and see if their ELT-X series would be suitable.

Sbrem:

--- Quote from: Homer on October 04, 2023, 10:50:10 AM ---
--- Quote from: Sbrem on October 04, 2023, 09:55:50 AM ---We're working on a project with a contract customer, and they are looking to print on some items we haven't run into before. I'll asking them to provide some samples for us to test on. One of them is as described above, 84% nylon and 16% Lycra.
Right off the bat, I'd say Nylobond and Stretch additive. I'm a little concerned about some type of chemical reaction, and was wondering if anyone here has any experience with this type of material? It's for some Lululemo products. Then there are some items from Ten Thousand, a new brand to me, and they seem rather upscale. These are 84% poly, and 16% Spandex (same as Lycra, yes?) so now we're thinking a gray blocking base and top color, both with stretch additive added. Again, has anyone worked with these? Like I said, we're going to require our customer provide some samples for testing. I hope everyone is having a nice day.

Steve

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Steve

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3Deep:
I will second trying One stroke, but it'd crazy how fast they are coming out with new crap to try and get a print on and you have to jump through hoops, do you remember when I ask you to contact a company your way about some inks? still never got in touch with them and the funny thing is I believe they had the ink that I needed.

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