Frequently Asked Questions
The sizes of the particles that form their colours are different, with them being small for dyestuff ink and big for pigment ink. The characteristics of each are as follows.
- Dyestuff ink →Easy to apply to objects being stamped and suitable for continuous stamping
- Pigment ink → Can clearly render impressions and has excellent water and fade resistance
This is due to the nature of the dye, as its components concentrate at the edges of impressions (uneven impressions) during the drying process.
In some cases, this situation can be improved by creating the impression with a mesh or dots, so please consider changing the stamp.
It is possible to remove them with absolute ethanol or other solvents. If an impression is difficult to remove, please use the applicable solvent for the TAT ink. If the stamped object is stained, it will be difficult to remove the impression.
Our products are intended for use on flat surfaces, so they are not suitable for stamping on curved surfaces.
We offer a specifically designed product for marking on tyres. It is not for general sale, so please see the details at the page below.
TAT Liquid Stamp HD
Please consult your usual commercial distribution route or the nearest dealer handling our products, considering the feasibility, price, and delivery period.
It cannot be modified because it is designed to be airtight.
Usage and precautions
The inks within their bodies will dry out, as they both contain volatile inks. Please try the recovery measures for ink with the dedicated solvent.
→ TAT SOLVENT, regular dry (55ml.)
It is related to the adhesion between the object stamped and ink. TAT ink is basically unsuitable for materials that are highly water repellent or cannot be bonded, however, "SPECIAL TYPE INK FOR SPECIAL MATERIAL" shows some of the inks available.
We do not offer such products, as the ink within the pad would dry out. Please apply the volume of ink necessary to TAT Uninked Stamp Pad (product number: ATU-) each time.
Specifications and performance
There are no stamp pads that are prefilled with white ink, as it separates over time and its colour components precipitate due to the nature of the white dye. But we have white TAT ink and stamp pad separately. Please use TAT Uninked Stamp Pad (item code: ATU-) and apply the amount of ink needed to it each time.
In addition to versatile ready-made inks, such as multi-purpose ink (STGA), ink for plastic (STP), and ink for metal (STM), we also offer special inks that can be used in specific settings, such as stamping objects and secondary processing. Please refer the "STAMP INK-APTITUDE CHART OF IMPRESSION" and "SPECIAL TYPE INK FOR SPECIAL MATERIAL".
Its initial capability is about 8,000 times (according to our test values). If the ink is refilled, it can be used more.
Note) The number of times varies depending on the environment and method of use.
TAT Uninked Stamp Pad (item code: ATU-) has a lock on the cover to ensure airtightness. It also comes with an aluminium storage bag, and the pad itself is comprised of a material with high chemical resistance. In contrast, Uninked Stamp Pad (item code: EHJU-) is a general stamp pad.
The drying time depends on the stamp (number and size of large filled areas, etc.) and amount of ink adhered at stamping. You can see drying time in the link below. Note that reference values are the results of our tests.
SPECIAL TYPE INK FOR SPECIAL MATERIAL
Please try M-99A or M-100A ink, both of which have opacifying properties. They are comprised of a white pigment and colouring dye, with the white pigment serving as an underlay.
Both are separative inks, so please shake them well before use. Please refer the "SPECIAL TYPE INK FOR SPECIAL MATERIAL".
Ink for plastic (STP) can likely be used, but it would not be suitable for settings in which winding or stacking processes are carried out for films immediately after stamping, as it takes time for impressions to dry.
Please refer the "SPECIAL TYPE INK FOR SPECIAL MATERIAL".
No Results Found.