The tackiness that appears on the surface of the printed ink after the ink is dried or cured. Tack-regaining causes blocking and often happens to UV ink. Anti-slip ink turns this “tack-regaining” to good account.
The screen on which photo-sensitive emulsion is coated thickly. This is normally around 100 meshes per inch with emulsion of 0.03-1mm(30-1000micrometer) thickness. This kind of screen makes the thick ink film.
The characteristic that fluidity increases by stirring and returns to the original state by stopping stirring. The ink with good reproducibility has proper thixotropy.
The thread-like ink that appears around the image. This happens especially to pad printing. This tends to happen when the ink with strong thread-forming characteristics is printed in high viscosity. The addition of thinner or compound is the solution.
Ink stretched like thread when the stencil snaps off the substrate.