Yes sort of, we are screen printing water based Poloy Prop ink direct to bag and sending through a tunnel dryer at very low speed and low heat, very touchy if heat too high, bags will melt but having good succes once working.
i am using Aquatex poly prop ink (from Jones Brothers print technolgy- Melb)
Printing with a 43T or 55T mesh direct to bag,
then run through a tunnel dryer at a very low heat (you will have to experiment with this) and Low speed (also experiment).
We are having success with this at the moment and seems to hold well.
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