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8 Fabrics Low Cure Ink Adheres to

  Our low cure ink is BIODEGRADABLE and works on all fabrics!!! You do not need a catalyst or worry about ink expiring. Please don’t forget to cure the ink at 260 degrees Fahrenheit! The ink adheres to thicker fabrics like raincoats or sweatshirts as well as heat sensitive fabrics like nylon or non woven. […]

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5 Videos Curing Fusion 180 with a Flash

Solutions to all of your screen printing problems are here now that we developed Fusion 180° low cure temperature ink. The ink cures at 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 all fabrics […]

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How to Mix Custom Colors with Our Matching System

How to Make Custom Colors with Our Matching System Who does not want to be able to make custom colors yourself at your own screen print factory? It can seriously help if you are in a situation and need a small amount of a custom Pantone color quickly. We are here to help with our […]

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How to Screen Print on Sweatpants

How to Screen Print on Sweatpants Printing on sweatpants requires more effort than screen printing on t-shirts. There is a specific printing technique to print on sweatpants. Sweatpants involve printing in three or more locations. With our simple tips and tricks, you can print on sweatpants in no time. Locations to Print: -Hip: The size […]

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Top 25 Prints of 2022

Top 25 Prints of 2022 2022 was a year of printing, hard work, and fun.  Did you know? Fusion 180 is a LOW CURE biodegradable ink that works on all fabrics; cotton, polyester, 50/50, nylon, non woven, raincoats, jackets, sweatshirts, etc. You will only need ONE formula for ALL fabrics. Without further ado, below are […]

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How to Print on Heat Sensitive Fabrics

Screen printers tend to run into problems when printing on heat sensitive fabrics; however, there are ways to overcome these challenges. Problem #1: The item melts/ shrinks. Solution #1:  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 […]

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7 Tips for Printing on Sweatshirts

7 Tips for Printing on Sweatshirts  Black Ink Screen printing on sweatshirts tends to be more difficult than printing on t-shirts. Printing on both sweatshirts and sweatpants provides different screen printing techniques.  Tip #1: More adhesive than usual to hold the garment in place is necessary. Failure to have enough will cause the garment to lift. The […]

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Top 10 Prints of Fall

Top 10 Prints of Fall Do you have any problems printing on heat sensitive fabrics? Look no further than low temperature ink. You can print on all fabrics with our one formula. Below are our top 10 prints of FALL! We love how each item turned out. We used our low cure ink for each […]

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12 Facts About Low Cure Ink

12 Facts About Low Cure Ink We have a screen printing factory using low temperature ink and we are constantly printing on various types of apparel. The ink we use is our very own Fusion 180 BIODEGRADABLE low temperature ink. Below are 12 facts about low cure ink. How did it all start? If you […]

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Tips for Preventing Scorching

Every screen printer knows that screen printing requires heat 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. #1: Know […]

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