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Printing Brick Image

Posted on Wed, 1 Sep 2004 at 13:55



I'm looking for any information on the best way to print a brick image on powdercoated steel sheets approx. 2 feet wide by 5 feet long. I would like to have the ability to produce multicolor earth tones for various stone or brick effects with grout lines.

Will UV cure inks provide good adesion to a powder coated surface?

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Anonymous says: Randy, I have been using a UV inks for a lonng time and I have a good working expiriance with them. There is no UV ink that will stick to the any powder coated metal. UV inks are used mostly on transparent ...

Randy,

I have been using a UV inks for a lonng time and I have a good working expiriance with them. There is no UV ink that will stick to the any powder coated metal. UV inks are used mostly on transparent overlay (graphics) materials.
If you want to produce a product that will be used for outdors you should use a enemal inks which have a great curing capacity and they can cure by it self or you have to use a kiln to burn them or heet owen.

You can call Nazdar, Coates Screen or any others and ask them for more info. If you want to use UV inks you are in wrong industry..........

I hope this helps......

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