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Posted on Tue, 3 May 2005 at 13:34



I have printed on teflon before, we used some sort of etchant to prime the surface. Does anyone know the name and where to get the stuff

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Anonymous says: Teflon is etched with an acid, I believe hydrofluoric. Try a manufacturer that molds/sinters/skives PTFE, like CS Hyde, for example. Also, I understand that acid is used to etch glass so a screenprinter ...

Teflon is etched with an acid, I believe hydrofluoric. Try a manufacturer that molds/sinters/skives PTFE, like CS Hyde, for example. Also, I understand that acid is used to etch glass so a screenprinter that etches glass may be able to do the same on teflon

posted on: Wed, 01/04/2006 - 3:01pm
Anonymous says: Teflon is etched with an acid, I believe hydrofluoric. Try a manufacturer that molds/sinters/skives PTFE, like CS Hyde, for example. Also, I understand that acid is used to etch glass so a screenprinter ...

Teflon is etched with an acid, I believe hydrofluoric. Try a manufacturer that molds/sinters/skives PTFE, like CS Hyde, for example. Also, I understand that acid is used to etch glass so a screenprinter that etches glass may be able to do the same on teflon

posted on: Wed, 01/04/2006 - 3:19pm

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