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. 

  1. Proper mesh and curing temperature depends on the thickness of ink deposit, garment, color of garment, artwork, and desired effect

  2. The ink cures at 240°F to 260°F for 70 seconds or at 450° with a flash

  3. The mesh range is 86 mesh/inch to 305 mesh/inch

  4. Flexible, soft, and has excellent opacity on dark color garments

  5. Bleed and crack resistant

  6. No catalyst needed

  7. Will not shrink or melt heat sensitive materials (nylon, non woven bags, polypropylene, etc.)

  8. Adheres to thicker fabrics (50% cotton/ 50% polyester sweatshirts)

  9. Covers fibers on 100% cotton

  10. Prevents Dye Migration on 100% polyester, 50/50 sweatshirts, and sublimated polyester

  11. Can be used as a transfer ink and foil adhesive

  12. Prevents the elimination of toxic atoms from PVC Polymer and the formation of HCI (Hydro-Chloride Gas)

  13. You may no longer need ink cleaners made with petro-chemicals such as blended solvents

  14. Saves energy, consumption, and space

  15. Reduces energy bill and emissions

  16. Increases production

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    Fusion Bond is phthalate free plastisol ink with a coupling/bonding component. Fusion bond makes the ink behave as if it has a catalyst, yet does not have one and stays soft. A direct screen print will stick to heat sensitive coated materials. The ink cures at 220°F -240°F. Fabrics that can stand the heat of a flash can be cured with a flash at 450°F for 4 seconds. This includes polyester and cotton bags. Fusion bond was specially formulated with coupling capability for a revolutionary transfer method that eliminates weeding on colored garments.

    Benefits:

    -Flash cure on all fabrics without catalyst

    -Cure with a dryer at 220°F -240°F without catalyst

    -Strong adhesion for direct screen print or transfer on cotton, polyester, nylon and coated materials

    -Coupling capability with color laser toner (RICOH ProC5200s for best results)

    -Strong wash durability

    Four Color Process Procedure:

    -Print clear polyester coated sheets with a Ricoh color copier.

    -Fusion Bond is printed directly onto the sheets with a transfer press.

    -Add fine water based transfer powder and gel in the dryer at 240 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 seconds

    -Transfer 310 degrees for 5 seconds and then cold peel the clear sheet away

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