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Nylon Mesh & Athletic Ink Colors

Multi-Tech's nylon mesh ink is specially formulated for printing on nylon mesh fabrics (not nylon jackets). It provides superior abrasion resistance, maximum adhesion, wash durability and is easy to print. It features a fast flashing formulation with little or no "after-tack".

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Mesh-149T White
Your Price: From $67.00 to $285.00
Mesh-149T White
Mesh-242 Black
Your Price: From $48.24 to $217.06
Mesh-242 Black
Mesh-300 Dark Brown
Your Price: From $64.52 to $290.32
Mesh-300 Dark Brown
Mesh-423 Orange
Your Price: From $85.04 to $382.66
Mesh-423 Orange
Mesh-5140 S.O. Rojo Red
Your Price: From $61.24 to $275.66
Mesh-5140 S.O. Rojo Red
Mesh-645 Purple
Your Price: From $82.23 to $370.01
Mesh-645 Purple
Mesh-663 Cardinal
Your Price: From $68.89 to $309.93
Mesh-663 Cardinal
Mesh-665 Maroon
Your Price: From $65.84 to $296.24
Mesh-665 Maroon
Mesh-720 Columbia Blue
Your Price: From $48.30 to $224.25
Mesh-720 Columbia Blue
Mesh-793 Navy/Gator Blue
Your Price: From $65.50 to $267.84
Mesh-793 Navy/Gator Blue
Mesh-797 Royal Blue
Your Price: From $65.84 to $296.30
Mesh-797 Royal Blue
Mesh-808 Forest Green
Your Price: From $53.19 to $241.50
Mesh-808 Forest Green
Mesh-861 Kelly Green
Your Price: From $61.99 to $278.93
Mesh-861 Kelly Green
Mesh-941 Gold
Your Price: From $72.11 to $324.47
Mesh-941 Gold
Mesh-959 Vegas Gold
Your Price: From $79.35 to $357.08
Mesh-959 Vegas Gold
Nylon Jacket Catalyst
Your Price: From $11.00 to $19.00
Nylon Jacket Catalyst
Nylon jacket threads are woven very tightly to resist wind and water, but that also makes it hard for plastisol ink to stick ...


Features and Tips
Finish: Semi-flat-raised.
Screens: 38 to 86 mesh for large-area prints, 110 to 125 for finer detail. Screens may be prepared with conventional emulsions or indirect capillary films. High-density printing requires special screens and stencil preparation.
Fabrics: Cottons, cotton blends, polyesters, and other synthetics.
Drying: 300° F - 330° F to achieve full fusion. Overheating will cause puff ink to collapse. Expansion begins at 270° F. Test to determine ideal drying time and temperature settings.
Stencils: All types of direct or capillary film systems.
Wash-up: Any conventional plastisol wash-up system.
Reducers: The ink should be used straight from container. If modification is needed, use 1% - 3% Thinner DT by weight, or 3% - 5% Thickener Paste. Remember that over-modification can affect performance of the ink.
Storage:Store in a relatively cool area. Keep away from extreme heat and direct sun penetration. Store below 95° F.

Stir plastisols prior to each use. Do not dry clean or use bleach.
Always pretest before use to establish suitability and procedures prior to production.

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