Author: Fusion 180º INK

TOP 8 PRINTS OF FEBRUARY

TOP 8 PRINTS OF FEBRUARY Fusion 180° is the result of a collaboration between a remarkable chemist named Hac Kang and a screen printing factory with 29 years of experience, Days Off Designs,inc. Hac set upon solving problems we were having with heat sensitive materials. After two years of testing and modification through physics and […]

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Low Cure Black Ink Print Results

Fusion 180° Black Ink Extreme Low Temperature Ink Flexible, soft, and has excellent opacity on dark color garment The proper curing time and mesh vary depending on the thickness of ink deposit, garment, color of garment, artwork, and desired effect We can make custom colors with no additional charge at a gallon Background Information: Fusion […]

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Mix Custom Colors Yourself, or Try Our Start Up Kit!

ALL you have to do is write the pantone color at checkout. We can mix custom colors at a gallon.   We also have a wonderful start up kit where you can mix custom colors yourself.   Base takes up 90% of the color and our pigment components take up 10%.   Learn more about […]

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Best October Print and Fall Savings!

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Top 5 Prints of September

SEPTEMBER has been a month of printing, masks, and embroidery. Listed are our top five prints this month using low cure ink. Our ink prints on all fabrics and cures at a low temperature. Truly excellent opacity and coverage. Please feel free to tag us in your prints to get featured on our instagram page […]

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Screen Printing History

Screen Printing History   Technique used by the Chinese 2000 years ago In order to create a screen,  human hair was used to stretched across a wooden frame Stencils, which were made from leaves, were attached to the screens Japanese adopted method and used woven silk to create mesh and lacquers to make stencils Today […]

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7 Reasons to Switch to Low Cure Ink

7 Reasons to Switch to Low Cure Ink  Solutions to all of your screen printing problems are here now that we developed Fusion 180° low cure temperature ink. The ink cures from 240°F to 260°F for through the dryer or with a flash depending on the ink deposit and the type of garment you are […]

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Dehazing Screens 101

What is Dehazing Screens? Removing the stain or “ghost image” present post printing within the screen mesh is also known as dehazing your screens. This stain in the mesh needs to be dehazed, as it would help prepare to register your screens on press for the next job. What Causes Ghost Stains in Your Screen […]

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7 Social Media Tips and Tricks to Grow Your Business

7 Social Media Tips and Tricks to Grow Your Business 1. Engagement- My first tip would be to comment and like other posts based on a hashtag, upon those who might be interested in your content or purchasing your products. Your ideal target hashtag. For example, if you would like to sell screen printed t-shirts […]

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Tips for Screen Printing with Metallic Low Cure Ink

TIPS FOR SCREEN PRINTING WITH METALLIC LOW CURE INK! Our foil grade metallic ink comes in handy for a shiny and bright print. The ink contains actual metallic flakes that are added within the ink, creating a metallic look to your print. We have two options available either metallic gold or silver. The below print […]

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