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SCREEN PRINTING Dalesway Print


Technology celebrates 20 years in business


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ancashire-based Dalesway Print Technology celebrates 20 years of supplying some of the very best brands of equipment across several industry sectors: hot foil printing, pad printing and screen printing. The start of 2015 saw the launch of the companyʼs online shop featuring top quality European manufactured emulsions and supplies by Prodecran in France and inks by


Lancer from Canada. The Lancer brand is synonymous with exceptional safety standards, which was Daleswayʼs key reason for selecting the range. In addition to Excalibur plastisol inks, the Lancer range features Evolution, a PVC- free ink that works just like plastisol. Printers therefore gain a multitude of advantages over using water-based inks, which incidentally, Lancer also manufactures so there is no axe to grind there. The PVC-free inks are simply superior on many levels and have been approved for use by big brands like Nike which sets very stringent safety


standards. Evolution also complies with Oeko-Tex safety standards.


The online shop has been


rebranded as ZooPrint and is taking a much more light-


hearted approach to the everyday essentials that


screen printers in particular require. With the new approach Dalesway is hoping to bring a little humour to the boring business of ordering supplies. On the machinery front, those looking to get into screen printing for the first time on a restricted budget will be pleased to know that the entry-level offering from Vastex has just got even better. The V1000 may be an entry level press, but it features all-heads-down printing, rubber coated steel pallets, and a unique floating head design with tool-free micro registration and six-way head levelling,


Get colourful with this full range of plastisol screen printing inks


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olyOne Wilflex provides a full range of plastisol screen printing inks for the sports and fitness industry. The most recent addition to the Wilflex non-phthalate portfolio, Epic


Top Score addresses many of todayʼs substrate and printing requirements by offering an opaque, low bleed, low cure system to print on synthetic and polyester fibers. Epic Top Score is available in a pre-mixed colour palette, high opaque white and mixing base. Its matte finish provides a soft look and feel to a traditional athletic print. Engineered to produce colour vibrancy and a durable print on today innovative


Wilflex ink


fabrics, Top Score offers flexibility and performance to consistently win big.


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Custom colours can be easily created using Epic Top Score mixing base and Wilflex IMS3.0, a cloud-based application for managing colour and inventory in the textile screen-printing market. Wilflex IMS3.0 is a visual system designed to support the daily maneuvers of a highly functional ink room by providing colour management and communication agility. Colour chip images appear with formulations to help with visual communication. The new platform and updated functionality will continue to add operational support and innovation to the concept of total ink room management. Visit Wilflex on the web for product specifications, colour selections and registration to IMS3.0 download. PolyOne Wilflex products are distributed in the UK by Colenso. n For more information visit www.colenso.co.uk


www.printwearandpromotion.co.uk


delivering multi-colour registration accuracy previously limited to machines of significantly higher cost.


The V1000 is modular and can grow with your business up to six colours and six stations, so there is no longer any need to throw money away on low-end equipment at start-up. As standard, the V- 1000-66 holds screens of up to 50x70cm and comes with a three-year warranty. n For more information call 0845 224 1204, email info@dalesway.co.uk, visit www.dalesway.co.uk or www.zooprint.co.uk


Vastex V-1000-66 manual screen printing press


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