What are the optimal conditions for pad printing?

An optimal pad printing workspace should maintain a controlled temperature range of 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. During pad printing, ink is mixed with two additional components: hardener and solvent. The solvent serves the purpose of evaporating during the printing process to create a tacky consistency in the ink. However, higher temperatures accelerate the rate of evaporation, resulting in unfavorable and ineffective printing conditions. Therefore, it is crucial to avoid elevated temperatures that can disrupt the evaporation process and create challenges in achieving successful prints.

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