Genesis Super Red No. 2 Updated

Wilflex Genesis (GNS) plastisol inks are specifically formulated for high productivity wet-on-wet printing. Although most Genesis inks are opaque, optimum opacity is achieved with Genesis Super inks. Genesis inks have excellent resistance to build-up. Genesis inks also may be used to print conventional cold-peel transfers. 10540GNS Genesis Base and 10680GNS Genesis Plus Base have similar print characteristics, but 10680GNS offers a matte finish and more opacity.

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Genesis Super Red No. 2 -  
 
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$85
1L

GJS Code: 701061

Manuf. Code: 47210GNS

Shipping Weight: 1.3kg

Genesis Super Red No. 2 -  
 
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$233
3.8L

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Genesis Super Red No. 2

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If you have a problem with a computer setting or issue with your artwork, the GJS Support Team can remotely connect to your PC or MAC through the internet to see what is going wrong. It means that any small issue can be resolved quickly without the need for an onsite call. Simply have the GJS Print Support utility downloaded on your computer.
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