Nazdar to launch new screen printing inks

Nazdar will be showing off a new series of screen printing inks at the upcoming Fespa show in Berlin. The new 2800 Series Durable Graphic Screen ink is a dual cure UV/UV-LED ink aimed at the durable decal market.

Nazdar will use the Fespa show to launch new screen printing inks and to highlight its inkjet ink.

This ink is said to offer good adhesion on vinyl and print-treated polyesters. It should last for up to four years outdoors without an overprint and it can last for five years outdoors with Nazdar 2829 Durable Overprint Clear. Nazdar claims excellent chemical resistance, accepts premask, and thermal die-cuts without edge chipping for this ink.

Nazdar will also be showing its new Special Effects Inks binder, to show customers creative ways to harness its speciality inks’ capabilities, such as metallic finishes, phosphorescence (glow-in-the-dark), various textures, and more.

Naturally Nazdar will also be showing off its other ink series, such as the 730 series of UV ink that was launched last year.





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