Category: Fusion 180

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 the […]

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7 Facts About Low Temperautre Ink

7 Facts About Low Temperature Ink Solutions to your screen printing problems are here now that we developed low cure ink. Here are 7 facts about our ink and essentially why to switch and how switching will save you money in the long run. Print on ALL fabrics with ONE formula Cure at 240°F on […]

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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, glitter 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 […]

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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, […]

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5-Step Guide for Printing on Sweatshirts

Additional care is necessary when printing on sweatshirts, as they are not the easiest to screen print on. Avoiding seams, pockets, zippers, and hoods on the thicker, fleecier texture can be difficult. However, this guide will help you master printing designs on sweatshirts and provides the proper technique. Artwork Adjust your artwork so that the […]

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10-Step Guide for Screen Printing with Fusion 180° Ink

Background: Do you want to save money by not having to replace garments damaged by high heat or dye-migration? Do you run into problems daily printing on heat sensitive materials? Would you like an all in one product that can print on both polyester, cotton, and 50%/50% without adding additives? If the answer is yes, I suggest you […]

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