Green Galaxy Water Based Ink Quart Kit
After traversing every corner of the Green Galaxy, we've collected the best and most valuable hues into one water based ink kit. Sustainable, friendly to both printer and planet, and economically priced - Green Galaxy inks are taking the universe by storm. Now you can take home all the colors of the universe.Kit includes 14 water based Green Galaxy inks.
This kit includes:
- Green Galaxy Asteroid Orange - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Light Speed Lime - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Proton Purple - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Starburst Yellow - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Cosmic Pink - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Terraform Green - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Galactic Gold - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Nebulous Navy - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Supernova Blue - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Neptune Blue - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Martian Green - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Mars Red - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Comet White - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Pitch Black - Qt.
- Green Galaxy Warp Drive Low Cure Catalyst - 2oz
Ready-to-use print water based ink for printing on light or dark cotton and other non dye migrating fabrics. Can be printed on dark polyester or dye migrating fabrics with use of compatible low cure catalyst.
Can be used with any mesh between 110-305
We recommend using either a water resistant emulsion like Ryonet WBP or using an emulsion hardener like Ryonet Harden-X.
This product can be mixed with transparent and covering ink from the AB series.Printing Instructions:
Load screen with plenty of ink. Flood screen prior to printing. Green Galaxy ink can be printed with a push or pull squeegee stroke. After printing, flood screen allowing ink to sit on top of image to avoid drying. If screen clogs or exhibits dry ink in the print, re-flood and aggressively print again, this should clear the screen. If it does not clear the screen, spray a small amount of warm water into the stuck areas of the screen and wipe out with a rag. If you are leaving your screen for an extended period of time be sure to leave your screen flooded completely. If your ink begins to scale over, spray with water to rewet ink.
For flashing, forced air flash is optimal. Flash until dry to the touch.
Printed fabric should be cured for a minimum of 90 seconds at 360°F. Ideally, printed fabric should be cured for three minutes at 300–320°F.
After printing, perform a stretch test to ensure elasticity. It is always recommend to perform a wash test to ensure proper cure prior to going into production. You may also run abrasion testing to watch for flaking and test adhesion. Increase cure dwell time if testing fails.
Ink should be removed from screen as soon as printing is completed. General wash-up (on ink that has not dried) can be done with water, though using Enviro-Solve is much easier and recommended. For aggressive or dried screens, use Enviro-Solve to dissolve ink and blast out areas of stuck ink with water pressure.
Keep container(s) tightly closed. Store in cool, well ventilated location that is locked.
General Safety Precautions:
Do not breathe vapors. Wear protective gloves. Do not eat, drink or smoke when using product. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. Dispose of this product in accordance with local, regional, national and international regulations as specified.