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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  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 of screen frame. […]

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How to Create Even and Crisp Print Edges with Low Temperature Ink

How to Create Even and Crisp Print Edges with Low Temperature Ink One major issue to overcome when screen printing is creating uneven ink edges. The edges of your ink might be fuzzy if a step in the screen printing process is not followed properly. We have listed five ways to guarantee a beautiful and […]

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ISS Antlantic City Booth #139

This year we will be attending the ISS event in Atlantic City, New Jersey and we look forward to seeing you there. Event Details: March 21 – 23, 2019 Booth #: 139 Atlantic City Convention CenterOne Convention Blvd.Atlantic City, NJ 08401609-449-2000 Schedule: **ISS Atlantic City 2018 Schedule Subject to Change**   Pre-Show Workshops: Wednesday, March, […]

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The Difference Between Fusion 180° and Fusion Bond

The Difference Between Fusion 180° and Fusion Bond   Solutions to all of your screen printing problems are here now that we developed Fusion 180° low cure temperature ink. The ink works on all fabrics without a catalyst.  Proper mesh and curing temperature depends on the thickness of ink deposit, garment, color of garment, artwork, […]

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6 Additional Ways to Drive More Free Traffic to Your Website

6 Additional Ways to Drive More Free Traffic to Your Website Driving traffic to your website is essential for your screen printing business to grow. Below are six additional ways to drive more traffic to your website. 1. Add Long-Tail Keywords to Your Products and Blog Posts- Long-tail keywords are important to incorporate to your […]

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6 Artwork Mistakes to Avoid

6 Artwork Mistakes to Avoid One of the most important elements of screen printing is using high quality art, as this will enable you to create eye-catching prints that are sharp, crisp, clear, and bold. High resolution art can help your shop looking professional and your prints staying high quality. 1. Not Double-Checking Your Artwork. […]

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