TTN is reseller of Marabu pad printing inks and additives. These inks are available in many standard colours. Besides that, we can also supply custom-made colours in any imaginable colour mixing system like for example PMS, RAL, HKS etc. we can also compose colours based on colour samples which you supply us. With the use of our spectrophotometer device we can measure the colour and after that mix the right colour.
Besides that, Marabu also has free software available to mix colours yourself, based on the standard colours they make. In this software, all imaginable recipes are available for al ink qualities and and in all colour systems. Use the link below to download this program. Choose for the internet version! If you use the internet version, than you don’t have to update the recipes ever again. All recipes will be available for you from a central data-base which is always up to date.
For additional technical information about the different types of ink and on which materials they are suitable for, please check the pdf file below.
TTN can assist you for selecting the right kind of pad printing ink for your application. To choose the right type of ink from our delivery program, TTN can perform all kinds of tests for you in the field of adhesion, colours, covering and wear resistance.
Marabu has a wide range of pad printing inks of high quality. We can supply the complete product range from Marabu. But to keep the overview simple, we show you a selection of the most sold and universal applicable inks.
Questions? Please call us or email us. Our ink specialists are at your disposal for assistance.
The Marabu TPY is one of our most sold pad printing ink. That is because the ink can be used for many different applications. This ink is specificly popular in the promotional items industry, because of its diversity. The ink can be used in either 1-componen or 2-component. For additional information please check the pdf file.
PP is short for polypropylene. This is a kind of plastic on which normal pad printing ink doesn’t adhere without the use of some kind of pre-treatment. With Marabu PP pad printing ink it is in most cases possible to print on polyporpylene without the use of a pre-treatment. This ink can only be used as a 1-component ink. For additional information please check the pdf file.
GL is short for glass. This pad printing ink is therefore used for printing on glass, ceramics and pottery. Besides that, the ink is also suitable for printing metal surfaces like chrome, aluminium etc. This ink is only available as 2-component ink. If the ink is cured at the right way, it even becomes dishwasher proof. For additional information please check the pdf file.
The TPX ink is specially developed for the textile industry. This ink has an OEKOTEX TM certificate. The ink is used a lot for tagless printing on for example T-shirts, trousers, caps, shoes, lingerie etc. In real-life is shows that this ink is also suitable for many other applications besides printing on textile. For additional information please check the pdf file.
TPU is a pad printing ink with extreme good chemical and mechanical resistance. The ink has to be used as a 2-component ink. For additional information please check the pdf file.
The Marabu TPC pad printing ink UV curable pad printing ink. The ink cures instantly when the it is exposed tot he proper UV light. This ink is used in many applications in pad printing automations where the is no time for the ink to dry. An additional advantage is that the ink doesn’t clog the cliché on the pad printing machine. This ink can be used with or without hardener. For additional information please check the pdf file.
The TPL pad printing ink in a lot of ways comparable to the Marabu TPY ink. The differences are at detail level. The ink can be used in either 1-componen or 2-component. For additional information please check the pdf file.