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Silicone ink is starting to hit the market, wouldn't be surprised if that's what it is. Supposedly very soft, and super high elongation.

I wish I had the time (and interested customers) to play around with it, sounds pretty cool.
 

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it should be the silicone based ink. We just tested some today (one of the first gallons available to the public) and are told it's what Nike uses. The print is super thin, bright white and super stretchy. Nazdar is selling it. The availability is pretty low right now, but that will change. Gallon is $120-$150 depending on the color. It does require an additive (similar to nylonbond) and the ink has a short life span once the catalyst is added.

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thanks for all of the replies. if anyone has any clue as to how i can get my hands on some, the info would be great.
call Nazdar. We just printed a bunch of shirts with it today and it is great. I am told the colors are still few weeks out, but black and white should be available. Ask for the IMS 1500 Silicone textile ink.

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call Nazdar. We just printed a bunch of shirts with it today and it is great. I am told the colors are still few weeks out, but black and white should be available. Ask for the IMS 1500 Silicone textile ink.

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Is this the ink that now goes under the name "NAZDAR DA Series Nylon and Flock Screen Ink"?
A quick search on Nazdar's website shows no results on the word "silicone".
Do you know the current name for this particular silicone ink?
 
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