Category: Screen Printing Technique

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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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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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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How to Screen Print with Low Temperature Glow in the Dark Ink

How to Screen Print with Low Temperature Glow-in-the-Dark Ink Adding specialty inks to your screen print shop can help you stand out among the competition. Specifically, Glow-in-the-dark ink, will add an interesting, unique, and fun element to your shop! This type of ink is perfect for fire fighting, mining, and traffic safety gear, toys and […]

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8 Tips for Applying Emulsion

8 Tips for Applying Emulsion What is Emulsion?! Applying emulsion is a crucial part of the screen printing process. Emulsion is a light sensitive chemical that blocks screen printing ink from being printed on the fabric where it isn’t needed. This allows for clean line work. How does it work? Emulsion is hardened onto a […]

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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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6 Fabrics Fusion 180 Adheres to…

  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 printing on.The ink can print on virtually […]

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Tips for Preventing Scorching

Every screen printer knows that screen-printing requires heat in order to create a print that fully adheres to your substrate. Regular plastisol ink cures at a higher dryer temperature causing brown or scorch marks on synthetic substrates. This destroys the quality of the print. These tips will prevent scorch marks on your final products. Know […]

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5 Tips for Creating Quality Artwork for Screen Printing

Artwork is one of the most important factors of screen-printing. In order to create breathtaking prints that your customers will love use high quality art. Misprints can occur, even at experienced shops, however there are ways to avoid them with high resolution art to keep your prints crisp and clear. Tip #1: Make Clear Guidelines […]

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