Evolution NX6700 Glitter colours is a series of eight colours formulated from a crystal-clear base to give prints a stunning, shimmering and sparkling effect.  The larger size (008”x008”) of the glitter flakes easily pass through 40-60/inch (16-24T) meshes.  The glitter flakes are made of polyester, they will never tarnish, guaranteeing your prints maintain that sparkling appearance.  NX6700 Metallic Clear Base is also available for those printers wanting to add their own colored flakes.  Printers should be aware that due to the reflective nature of the glitter flakes, they may reflect heat making it necessary to increase dwell time to fully cure the print.  NX6700 Glitter colours may also be used to produce cold-peel transfers.


Ideal Fabric— 100% Cotton

Mesh–40-60/inch (16T-24Tcm)

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–300°-340°F (160°-171°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

Colours– Metallic Metallic Base (NX6700MB), Gold Glitter (NX6700GG), Silver Glitter (NX6700SG), Techno Silver Glitter (NX6700TS), Gold Dust Glitter (NX6700GD), Electric Green Glitter (NX6700EG), Ice Blue Glitter (NX6700IB), Crystallina Glitter (NX6700CRY).

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’s or phthalates and these tools must be thoroughly cleaned before using with the NX System.