July 2012

3 Jul 2012  | 0 Comments

After years of hating the smell and wondering why water-based ink couldn’t quite make the grade with its colours and “washability” I’d almost given up on Permaset and the like.

They were banished to the bottom shelves to gather dust and we reached an impasse where my … Read More

3 Jul 2012  | 3 Comments

Permaset has been the leading brand of fabric printing ink in Australia since its inception more than 50 years ago. It currently holds a market share of 50-70%. 20 odd years ago, there was a strong move away from “water based” inks (so called even though they contained White Spirit/ … Read More

3 Jul 2012  | 1 Comment

Greetings from I Dress Myself

We are a small screen printing and design company based in the UK. Over the last six months or so we have been fortunate enough to be supported by Permaset to try out their range of inks, which we now use exclusively.

People here have been really interested in using … Read More

3 Jul 2012  | 2 Comments

Hello again. It’s Pete from ‘I Dress Myself’ here. I get quite a few questions from people regarding many aspects of printing, using the Permaset range of inks. I thought I would address some of the more frequently asked ones in this here blog.

What is the best way to dry the inks?

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3 Jul 2012  | 0 Comments

Phillip Newell of Newell Graphics, Iowa, USA recently sent through some useful technical tips for working with Permaset – many thanks Phillip. See below for Phillip’s comments…

Curing is one thing I had a little issue with when I first got started with Permaset. I use a small electric dryer that … Read More

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