Category: Fusion 180

Top 13 Screen Prints this Fall

Top 13 Screen Prints this Fall Solutions to your screen printing problems are here with low cure ink. All you have to do is lower the temperature of your dryer and you will be able to screen print on ALL fabrics without a catalyst… whether it be cotton, polyester, non woven, nylon, or polypropylene we […]

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5 Fabrics Low Temperature Ink Adheres to…

5 Fabrics Low Cure Ink Adheres to… (NEW Screen Prints Below!) Low temperature ink cures at a 240 degrees Fahrenheit to 260 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the garment you are printing on without a catalyst. Lowering the dryer temperature enables you to screen print on all fabrics from polypropylene and nylon to cotton and 50%/50% […]

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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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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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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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Top 25 Fusion 180° Ink Crisp and Clear Prints of 2018

Fusion 180° Ink has a bright, crisp, and clear finish on all fabrics including heat sensitive materials. The low cure temperature enables you to print on non woven bags and nylon bags without shrinking, melting, or distorting the fabric. This is due to the fact that fabrics will burn or shrink while flash curing in […]

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How to Screen Print Four Color Process with Low Temperature Ink

  How to Screen Print Four Color Process with Low Temperature Ink Four color process screen printing is a color separation system where the image is separated into cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. These four colors form a photo-realistic print reproducing the original color image. Screen printers are able to achieve this due to the […]

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Tips for Creating Crisp and Clear Screen Prints with Fusion 180° Ink

Tips for Creating Crisp and Clear Screen Prints with Fusion 180° Ink Creating eye-popping screen prints that stand out with Fusion 180° is simple by following our three tips. Start with High Resolution. Quality artwork is key to success in creating a print that is crisp, clear, beautiful, and bold. Make clear guidelines for providing […]

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5 Ways Fusion 180° Will Improve Your Screen Print Shop

  Higher Quality Prints. Switching to Fusion 180° will enable you to achieve a crisp and clear finish.  Lowering the temperature of your dryer to 240°F allows you to print on heat sensitive materials. Screen print with our low temperature ink for a beautiful and bold print with excellent opacity and coverage as shown in […]

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