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5 steps for prepping a screen

5 Steps for Prepping a Screen Background: Prepping a screen involves several variables from selecting the proper mesh count and mesh thread diameter to choosing the right screen tension.. Follow these five steps to guarantee quality, industry level results every time. Step 1: Proper Mesh Count The proper mesh count is determined by the garment […]

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Top 5 Photos of Low Temperature Ink Curing on Different Fabrics!

Low Cure Ink… Solutions to your screen printing problems are here with low temperature ink! All you have to do is lower the temperature of your dryer. This will enable you to screen print on all fabrics without a catalyst. The result is a bright, durable, and beautiful print. Top 5 Prints… 1. Covers fibers […]

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Do It Yourself- Fusion Bond 4 Color Process Transfer

All decorators struggle with jobs that contain a variety of print colors in small quantities. 4 Color Process Fusion Bond Transfers are the answer. Not direct to garment printers! Process: Fusion Bond transfers are printed out of a Ricoh printer onto special clear film.  The under base positive is printed out of the same Ricoh […]

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25 Promotional Products to Add for Back-to-School

25 Promotional Products to Add for Back-to-School Needs Adding promotional back-to-school products is an excellent idea, as this will allow customers to shop at one location for all of their needs. From sports teams to pep rallies the demand for products with their school mascot or logo on the items is there. Now is the […]

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Guidelines for Selecting the Proper Mesh Count

  Guidelines for Selecting the Proper Mesh Count Background: Deciding the proper screen mesh count can be a puzzling task especially if you are new to the screen printing industry, but we have made this guide to help. Selecting the proper mesh is determined by the amount of screen printing ink deposited, the thickness of […]

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Squeegee 101

Background: Squeegee is a tool with a flat, smooth rubber blade utilized to push screen printing ink through the mesh onto the garment you are printing on. Squeegee’s can control the release rate, remove excess ink, and shear the ink. This tool is essential for sharp print edges. Tips: 1. Maintenance: The wrong squeegee or […]

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9 Tips for Screen Printing with Fusion 180

9 Tips for Screen Printing with Low Temperature Ink Solutions to all of your screen printing problems are here now that we developed Fusion 180° low cure temperature ink, as you will now only need one formula to screen print on all fabrics. Listed are our nine tips for screen printing with our all in […]

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5 New Videos Portraying Different Fabrics Low Temperature Ink Adheres to

5 New Videos Portraying Different Fabrics Low Temperature Ink Adheres to Low temperature ink blocks dye migration 50% polyester, 50% cotton sweatshirts. Read ‘5 Step Guide for Printing on 50/50 Sweatshirts’  2. 4 Tips for Preventing Scorching: Low temperature ink prevents rayon within tri-blend fabrics from burning. Every screen printer knows that screen-printing requires heat […]

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10 Facts About Our Newest Listing, ‘Fusion Bond Transfer’

Do you have a small quantity of shirts to print with many color separations?! We recommend using our Fusion Bond Transfer. This saves us time and money. Listed are 10 facts about our transfer. 1. Fusion bond transfer is a four color process transfer that sticks to all garments at 310 degrees Fahrenheit for 5 […]

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6 Helpful Tools for Your Screen Print Shop

6 Helpful Tools for Your Screen Print Shop  One stop shop with Fusion 180 for all your film, tape and ink needs.   Inkjet Media Film Our waterproof inkjet media film is high quality, used for your screens, and competitively priced. SHEETS  | ROLLS Split TapeOur split tape is used to block ink smearing out […]

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