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(Polyamide(?))Resin for dye based marker ink
« on: August 12, 2017, 02:55:07 AM »

Greetings,

I have a small business in art supplies and i'm trying to formulate my own alcohol based dye ink for use in marker pens, specifically for graffiti/street art purposes.
So I started my venture by ordering some different kinds of basic dyes(ex. malachite green, methyl violet 2b), planning to add them to a mixture of isopropanol, water and some kind of (polymer)resin/binder/additive with adhesion and weather-proof qualities. While searching for a resin/binder, I quickly realized it was not that easy for me to find out what resin would suit the purpose of this ink. After some extensive research, reading countless patents for similar products and articles filled with text I barely understand, I came to the conclusion that I might need some help with this one..    I'm aiming for a durable and all-round-resistant(weather, solvents etc.) end product.

I would greatly appreciate any help or push in the right direction. Thanks!

-Johnny
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