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Ensuring Proper Ink Curing

Sage Larson
Curing your prints is one of the last steps of the screen printing process, but it is one of the most important steps. Ink needs to be cured properly so it sets into the garment. If the ink does not cure fully, it will crack, fall apart, and not last for long. Printers use either heat guns, heat pressesflash dryers, or conveyor dryers to cure inks. Let's take a look at how each curing device works.
So, you just got your FN-INK™...  Now what do you do?

So, you just got your FN-INK™... Now what do you do?

Colin Huggins
So you just got in the New FN-INK™ plastisol ink line. You are excited and are ready to print up some art and see just what the ink can do for you....

Using Low Cure To Print Plastisol On Athletic Wear

Emily Rogers

One of the biggest demands in the printing industry is athletic printing. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind when printing on a polyester fabric using low cure. 1. Dye migration: This happens when a polyester fabric hits a certain temperature, usually between 300˚ and 310˚. At this temperature, the dye in […]

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