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Atlas Screen offers CTR Emulsion for textile printers
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Jan '13
Atlas Screen Supply now offers Chroma/Tech Red Emulsion or CTR for use with plastisol inks. CTR is ideally suited for textile printers using direct emulsions who are seeking faster screen turnaround without sacrificing image quality.

The red pure polymer emulsion, CTR, exposes very fast, four times quicker than standard dual cure emulsions. CTR is fast drying. Drying quickly CTR helps provide reduced prep time, and easy reclaiming allows the screen printer to reuse a screen in less time. CTR also offers superior mesh bridging and high solids thus ensuring a lower cost per screen

CTR is a product that helps the screen printer save lots of time and therefore money. Atlas Screen Supply is enhancing the savings by offering special pricing and same day shipment of CTR.

Atlas Screen Supply is also introducing a new heat transfer material. Adding “Pop” to garments can be easily done with a heat press and vinyl cutter. “Pop!” and “Look at me!” is what shirts would say if they could talk after getting fitted with DecoSparkle, a heat transfer product by Specialty Materials that gives garments that extra zing with prism and reflective properties created by using only a heat press and vinyl cutter.

DecoSparkle is a heat transfer material that can be cut into the desired shape with a vinyl cutter. The DecoSparkle line recently increased their patterns from 9 to 21 for best election and all are available at Atlas Screen Supply.   

About Atlas Screen Printing:

Operating in Illinois for over 50 years, Atlas Screen Supply connects with screen printer’s nationwide distributing screen printing machines and supplies along with hosting educational seminars on various screen printing topics. 

Atlas Screen Printing


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