Month: August 2017

How to Create a Vintage Look with Fusion 180° Ink

The “vintage” or “distressed” look is becoming increasingly popular, as more and more people want a cozy feel with a subtle look to their garments. Understanding how to achieve this trendy look with Fusion 180° Ink is simple by following this guideline. Substrates for Vintage Prints The perfect substrate for a vintage print would be […]

Read more

7 Screen Printing Mistakes to Avoid

Mistakes can be costly for any screen printer. Avoiding them will guarantee satisfied customers and quality production. Here are 7 mistakes that you should avoid to ensure that you do not waste any materials or time. 1. Not Proofreading Your Artwork. Make sure you are printing your art at high resolution (300DPI) and proofreading your artwork. This […]

Read more

6 Tips for Screen Printing with Fusion 180° Specialty Ink

Specialty Fusion 180° Ink is easy to work with if you follow our simple tips and tricks. We offer metallic ink, shimmer ink, puff ink, and glow in the dark ink. Fusion 180° Specialty Ink Metallic ink. Our foil grade metallic ink comes in handy for a shiny and bright print. The ink contains actual […]

Read more

6 Tips to Reduce Waste at your Screen Print Shop

Reducing your waste will help you run an efficient screen print shop. Waste is generated from misprints, ink, boxes, and many other containers. How do you get it all under control? Simple. Not only can you reuse and recycle garments, but you can reduce wasted ink and supplies. GARMENTS. Reuse. Reuse misprinted garments by using […]

Read more

6 Reasons you should Switch to Fusion 180° Ink

Fusion 180° ink will change screen printing for everyone in the industry now that you will be able to print on virtually all fabrics with one formula. The ink cures at 240°F for 40 seconds or at 450°F for 4 seconds with a flash. Lowering the temperature of your dryer will not only prevent shrinking, […]

Read more

4-Step Guide to Print Film Positives

One of the biggest challenge in the screen printing process is developing art into film positives. Carefully following a specific digital process and paying attention to detail is the answer. Preparing your digital image, separating your colors, adding registration and center crop lines, and using the proper materials will enable you to create an opaque […]

Read more

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)