cmyk is composed of dots like a halftone is. Ie, not solid spot colour printing
what about plastisol inkall halftones
i use 220 mesh
wet on wet
I have no idea since I have never ever used plastisol beforewhat about plastisol ink
Cool man thank you very much...... I even like that site... I might get some supplies from them in the future.I have no idea since I have never ever used plastisol before
googled and I see you do get cmyk process ink in plastisol
Four Color Process Plastisol Inks
quick scan same principal
higher mesh count, still halftones and wet on wet no flashing inbetween since the colours need to blend
i have no idea about them since I am in South Africa but they came up when i googled cmyk plastisol, maybe people here have dealt with them, either way good luck and post some finished prints never seen cmyk plastisol beforeCool man thank you very much...... I even like that site... I might get some supplies from them in the future.
Yes this is plastisol I do waterbase as often as I do CMYK. I personally like the brighter colors and not be rushed do to the water base drying. I charge way more for water base.This is a WCMYK. I probably do a CMYK about 1 time a year. I mostly do simulated process. IMO it just takes the right file. This was done on a 272 mesh 50 LPI. This one was done with aposing angles.
4 color process is done with halftones.I have been doing spot colors and now I am ready to start doing CMYK prints. Have a few questions so I am clear on what to do.
Are all CMYK prints in Halftones???
What mesh sizes should I use.... and how do I calculate on what mesh size to use??
Thank you for the input...... very helpful4 color process is done with halftones.
mesh size will determine what LPI is used for the halftone. i would not recommend lower then 45lpi, 45lpi i would recommend using 200+mesh
if you have 280+ mesh, i would use those with 55lpi