Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Pro-Line PPI ink
- Thank you Duncan yes it does help.
On 1/23/08 2:26 AM, "splitflexi" <dempster@...> wrote:
> I've used a little Pro-Line PPI black now and then-- inherited a 5lb
> can from a closed shop. I contacted Graphic Chemical for an MSDS and
> they have very little info on it, even though they sell it, and from
> my searches it appears to be an obsolete (possibly Japanese?) brand
> bought out by another company. The single page technical bulletin I
> received looked like a fax of a fax of mimeograph and revealed very
> little. I kind of like to know what i'm printing with usually.
> It is "neither oil nor rubber based" as their catalog states, but some
> sort of acrylic resin base that stays open on the press. Clean up is
> with mineral spirits, but I'm not sure what it can take in terms of
> drier, reducers, etc. I use it for proofing, non-essential stuff--it
> was free, and it seems to "work." You might be better off ordering
> some oil-based relief inks or hanco litho inks from Graphic Chemical--
> tried and true stuff.
> Hope that helps,
> Duncan Dempster
> Honolulu, Hawaii
> --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com <mailto:PPLetterpress%40yahoogroups.com>
> , "nealnatemom" <andtwo@...> wrote:
>> > I am considering which inks to buy. Has anyone used Pro-Line PPI
> from Graphic Chemical and
>> > Ink? I am open to any type of ink - would like to know what everyone
> uses. I will be printing
>> > cards, CD liners, business cards and small posters on my press.
> Thanks in advance.
Anderson & Anderson
Illustration & Design
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