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NX6711 Defender Black

Evolution NX6710 Defender Grey Dye Blocker and NX6711 Defender Black Dye Blocker are part of the Evolution NX System of PVC-free textile inks. Both blockers can be utilized as a direct-print first down under-base or, as last down backers for cold peel transfers.  Either way they block dye molecules in 100% polyester dark colored garments that are prone to dye migration.  The particles contained in both versions act as filters to stop dye molecules that try to migrate up through the ink film during the curing or heat transfer process.  While NX6710 will prevent dye migration on most 100% polyester fabrics it may be necessary to utilize NX6711 when printing on 100% known to be nasty bleeding fabrics.


Ideal Fabric— Poly Cotton Blends and 100% Polyester Fabrics

Mesh–80-110/inch (16T-43Tcm)

Squegee–70 durometer or 70/90/70 Triple Durometer.

Stencil–Any stencil compatible with plastisol ink

Curing–Gel 220°240° F (99°-116° C). Full Cure–275°-320°F (135°-149°C) for 1 1/2 – 2 minutes

Storage— Store at temperatures less than 30°C (84° F)

Cleaning— Enviro Series 200 Green & Enviro Series TR-Blend


Always test finished prints for color accuracy, curing, adhesion, opacity, crocking, stretch and desired look prior to beginning full production runs. Lancer Group International cannot guarantee the results or back claims that this ink will test PVC-free or phthalate-free if any pigment or additive other than an Evolution Pigment Concentrate or Evolution NX System additive that has been manufactured by Lancer Group International is used in this ink. Contamination can also occur from mixing tools, mixing buckets, spatulas, squeegees, or flood bars that have had prior contact with inks containing PVC or phthalates and these tools must be thoroughly cleaned before using with the NX System. No claim in this Technical Data Sheet is intended to guarantee Evolution NX6710 or NX6711 works and blocks dye migration on every 100% polyester dark fabric.  Customer testing is required and should be implemented when printing any new product or unfamiliar fabric.