DM-OC-6030S is a screen printed high transparency overcoat ink (>99%) that offers exceptional levels of durability. The ink is typically used in conjunction with our transparent conductive ink, DM-SNW-8010S for applications such as display, PV, capacitive switch, sensors, lighting and transparent heaters.



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Product Description

DM-OC-6030S is a high transparency screen printed overcoat. The paste is thermally cured (80-100deg.C) and can be used as highly durable overcoat layer for our transparent conductive ink, DM-SNW-8010S.

Product Benefits

  • Formulated for screen printing
  • Excellent transparency >99%
  • Protective overcoat for Dycotec’s transparent conductive ink, DM-SNW-8010S
  • Excellent printability
  • Low temperature cure

Paste Preparation

DM-OC-6030S is a single part paste system. Once the paste has been removed from the container for printing, this may introduce contamination. Please do not replace the paste in the container. The paste should be gently stirred before use avoiding incorporation of air bubbles. Avoid paste drying on screen, use flood-print-flood process to avoid drying.


Additional information

Size (g)

100g, 250g, 1Kg

Viscosity after mixing (Pa.s)





325 SS, 23 µm EOM or P120/31 polyester, 21 µm EOM, 13 μm emulsion, 325 DPI

Flood Speed

70 mm/s

Print Speed

70 mm/s

Squeegee Hardness

80A Durometer Shore

Cure Process

Convection oven or IR heating

Cure Temperature (oC)


Cure Time (mins)

10-20 mins





Weight N/A

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We offer a tailored formulation development service to meet specific customer overcoat requirements.  We have experience of developing systems for specific customer applications, with different properties including:  
  • Barrier Layer
  • Chemical resistance
  • High temperature resistance
  • Rheology changes to enable use of different deposition techniques
  • Hydrophobic surfaces
  • Flexibility
  • Polyurethane, silicone and epoxy systems
  • Optical characteristics including additional of phosphorescent/fluorescent additives


  • Sensors
  • Lighting
  • Display
  • Solar Cell
  • Transparent Heaters
  • Capacitive Switching