fn-ink mixing white and blue ink containers next to a person on their computer looking up a color on the fn-ink mixing software

What's the Difference Between a Mixing White and Regular White Ink?

Jacelyn Wedman
Is it really necessary to have a mixing white? What’s the difference between a mixing white ink and regular white plastisol ink? Can you use a regular white to mix inks? Print expert Colin Huggins talks about the differences and why printers want a mixing white in their ink arsenal.
pink, blue, yellow, and red ink in a container

Unlock Any Color with the FN-INK™ Plastisol Ink Mixing System

Sage Larson

Do you have FN-INK™ on your shelves? If you do, you’re looking at an ink mixing system. 

That’s right. The classic line of FN-INK™ now doubles as a mixing system. 

What is an Ink Mixing System?

What is an Ink Mixing System?

Jacelyn Wedman
If you’re just starting out screen printing, learning the ins and outs of the industry can be overwhelming. Sometimes it’s good to take a step back and cover the fundamentals. Print expert Colin Huggins talks us through a crucial aspect of screen printing: mixing ink colors with a mixing system. 
What are Pantone Colors?

What are Pantone Colors?

Jacelyn Wedman
Some screen printers offer to mix Pantone colors as part of their service. Why do printers mix custom colors? Why not use ink straight from the bucket? Let’s look at a brief history of Pantones, why they’re important, and how to use them in your shop. 

Why Doesn’t My Pantone Color Look Right?

Jessica Marshall

Mixing ink is an art form. Sometimes you’ll spend an hour mixing up your custom Pantone ink just right, following the exact formula and, when you go to to start printing, the Pantone color looks totally wrong! The thing is, no matter how perfectly the formula is crafted and flawless your process is, there are […]

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