7 Fabrics Low Cure Ink Adheres to

7 Fabrics Low Cure Ink Adheres to

Why use low cure biodegradable white ink?

Fusion 180 ink adds miraculous Bio Base to the entire ink system. Bio Base makes the ink biodegradable and soft, improving viscosity. Fusion 180 ink with Bio Base remains low cure stays soft longer and flows beautifully through fine meshes without sacrificing coverage.

The ink is flexible, soft, and has excellent opacity on dark color garments. Not only are Fusion 180° ink prints bright, but the ink is also bleed and crack resistant.

Our ink can print on virtually all fabrics including heat sensitive materials. A few fabrics that the ink can print on include polyester, soft vinyl, polypropylene, non-woven, artificial leather, nylon, 100% cotton, and 50/50.

100% polyester dyes tend to turn to gas when they are heated in the dryer causing plastisol ink dye migration problems. Our easy-to-use ink prevents dye migration on 50/50 sweatshirts, 100% polyester, and sublimated polyester due to the inks blocking capability and low cure temperature.

Fabrics will burn or shrink while flash curing in the conveyor dryer. The low flash temperature reduces the shrinkage of heat sensitive materials and makes it easier to hold registration while printing multi-color jobs. Low temperature ink is an excellent solution for all shrinking fabrics.

  1. Polyester + Sublimated Polyester


2. Sweatshirts + 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester Fabrics

3. Cotton

4. Raincoats

5. Non Woven Bags

6. Nylon

7. Polypropylene


Quick Facts About Our White Ink:

1.  Biodegradable

2. Excellent Opacity and Coverage

3. No Catalyst Needed

4. Works on All Fabrics

5. Cure with a Flash or at a Low Temperature

6. Covers Fibers on Cotton