so, using plastisol inks, it doesn't dry as fast as compared with other waterbased inks?[/quot
No, it is quicker. If you have the proper equiptment. A flashcure and a dryer. Some use only a flashcure if you are on a budget for small business.
Waterbase ink can be air dried...This is not so with plastisol..you need a flashcure to make the plastic gel dry...exposing it to a certein temperature (flashcuring)...this is good when you are doing multi color shirt because you can partially dry it up, put another color...then repeat...When all of the other color is in place you subject the shirt to a higher temperature again (curing Temp)..Make sure of this, so that your print will no come off when you wash it...
Also, you can see shirt that have stickers on it "Do Not Iron Print". Tendency this are plastisol printed shirts..If you iron it the same temperature as the curing temp..you will make the ink wet again...
You can make a four color shirt in 10-20 min...And you can wear it already...Given you properly cure it.
You can let the plastisol on your screen the whole day and it will not dry up or clog it.
Plastisol makes a rubbery feel while waterbase is soft to the touch.
Try google and type how to use plastisol ink...
I still prefer waterbase inks tough because it is cheaper...Platisol inks are a bit expensive and you need electrical equiptment to dry it. This is very good if you are a big company.
Hope this helps