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Old December 30th, 2011 Dec 30, 2011 8:56:50 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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When using waterbased and discharge use on contact printing. Best way to get great results. Picked it up from Dan k. Gonna be making the jump to discharge white soon.. not getting the results I'd like with water based white.
 
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Old December 31st, 2011 Dec 31, 2011 5:57:21 AM -   #17 (permalink)
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Yes you must use extra pressure when printing discharge. You really want to drive the ink thru the shirt. I have not had the need for any additional flashing just a long cure thru the dryer. The white discharge has a slight hand to it even after washing but not much at all.

The water is necessary to for the discharge, I dont see how it would be advantageous to let some water evaporate. Dan K is the expert so lets see if he chimes in here.
He is right your problem is that you are laying down to much ink, and you are not driving the ink INTO the shirt, you DO NOT want it to sit on top like plasitsol, it needs to be in the fibers of the shirt. I would also recommend getting a heat gun, it works far better then a flash on discharge. The minimum mesh you want to use with any water based is 156. On contact is also highly recommended, as it aids in the whole process.
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I would agree with driving it into the shirt , on contact and 156 mesh .. If you are going to use the flash you should raise it up so you can bring it up to tamp slowly and keep it there 2-3 minutes minimum. My conveyor is not forced air so I have it set for 2 minutes in the tunnel and I run them through twice.. Not very productive but it gets the job done
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