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Eco-friendly screenprinting: today introducing BIOBASE inks

Green Friendly Screenprinting

Let me introduce to you an ink developed and produced by CPL Fabbrika for screen printers who genuinely care for the environment and about safeguarding people’s health.

These are BIOBASE inks: as well as being completely non-toxic and free from petroleum-based products, these inks never irreparably damage the screen, indeed, even when they’re dry they can easily be removed from the screen using water.

BIOBASE is an eco-friendly powder containing natural substances normally used in food production.

A state-of-the-art innovation for the screen printing sector. 

BioBase inks, created by CPL Fabbrika and ideal for printing on:

√ paper

√ cardboard

√ wood

BIOBASE inks are particularly suited for educational purposes, they can be safely used by children and people with special needs, they aren’t dangerous even if accidentally swallowed. A more detailed explanation can be found here.

Here are all the BIOBASE colours.

We’ve also created a special kit containing 6 colours, as well as everything you need to get started. 

I’ve already answered a number of questions regarding BIOBASE on our technical blog, you can check them out here. 

If you’d like to find out more, please e-mail me or book a phone call with me, I’ll try my best to answer all your technical questions. 

PS: If you’d like to give Biobase a try, we’ve set up a special discount code that gives you 10% off all Biobase inks. When completing your order, type BIOBASE in the discount code field, and you’ll immediately receive your discount.

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