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General Discussion / Re: Glow in dark paint
« Last post by GlowMaster on July 01, 2013, 09:47:22 AM »
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You would need additives that react under UV Light. We call these UV Light Sensitive powders. Look for UVW.
Glow / UV Application Discussion / Looking for the brightest white additive
« Last post by luminosity on June 25, 2013, 02:33:40 PM »
I am working with an acrylic polymer and am looking for what additive to use that will give me the most intense, bright white possible when exposed to a black light source.  Not sure if I want a brightener or UV additive but will respect any answers that can be provided for me to try.  Also if there is a company who specializes in just this subject that could be very helpful too.

Thank you for your time in advance,

General Discussion / Glow in dark paint
« Last post by phungmaiphuong83 on June 22, 2013, 12:28:36 AM »
Dear Mr/Mrs,
I'm interested in your glow in dark paint. Pleasure you tell me about some informations of your glow in dark paints as following:
- Excitation time by different light sources
- Life's luminous paint (how many years)
- The standard (ASTM, DIN, ISO ...) assess the quality of the paint.
Thank you.
General Discussion / glow in the dark qrcodes
« Last post by Celu on May 16, 2013, 09:46:58 AM »

Do you have printer friendly glow in the dark paper that can be used for printing qr codes?

I want it for use in dimly lit indoor environments. I want the glow to be powerful enough for the camera phones to be able to read the qr codes printed on them?

Most of the products I have tested, dont glow strong inough for the cameras in smartphones to pick them up.

Do you have any thing that can do this?


Glow / UV Application Discussion / Re: Shoes
« Last post by GlowMaster on January 19, 2013, 01:40:05 AM »
There are two ways this can be done.

1) By mixing the glow powder with the material used to mold the soles and then molding the soles.
2) By applying glow paint on the soles itself.

The first method produces a better looking and longer lasting product. But this can only be done during the manufacturing process. If you are looking for a fast and cheaper way to do this, second method is the only way.
Glow / UV Application Discussion / Shoes
« Last post by JHillen5amp on January 16, 2013, 10:26:31 PM »
I have been customizing shoes for a little while now and recently have recieved a large number of clients who inquire about painting the soles of the shoes a glowing color. Im really opposed to wasting money and want to get this right the first time. I have seen many pictures of this, so I know it can be done. Please Help!
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Fastest to Glow would be ZS-1. Expose to any light for a few minutes and it will glow. Glow time however is about 150 minutes only.

Brightest and longest glow product would be SLG-1.

More details on Glow Powder here.
General Discussion / which color glows longest, and just how long with minimum exposure
« Last post by muzzlejet on December 23, 2012, 03:13:01 AM »
not all colors are created equal, or so it seems. Can I know which is fastest to glow and achieve max glow time???
General Discussion / Re: GITD Knobs
« Last post by GlowMaster on October 19, 2012, 08:23:18 AM »
Glow powder can withstand temperatures of up to 900 degrees centigrade. Mixing it with pellets is a tricky process. Each pigment grade has a different formula.
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