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Obtaining different tones with screen-printing inks

How to obtain a Pantone colour when screen printing

Is it possible to mix screen printing inks to obtain a particular colour?



Yes, it’s possible to mix different inks to obtain a new tone, as long as they belong to the same line.

To get an exact colour in particular, you would need to contact the manufacturer and ask for the mixing recipe.

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