A Beginner's Guide to Wet-on-Wet Printing
The Lowdown on Low Cure Plastisol Ink
How to Ensure Plastisol Ink is Ready for Production
Plastisol ink is a popular ink choice. From beginner to auto shops, plastisol ink is a game changer. But do you know when it’s really ready to use? Do you find yourself pulling out a glob of ink thick enough to rival cement? Here’s how to be sure it’s ready for production.
How to Screen Print on Polyester with a Blocker Base
What is Color Shift and Why Does it Change the Color of Inks?
Have you ever printed a color, checked the print, and noticed it turned out different than you expected? That is called color shift. It will happen with every ink you print. Depending on a few key factors, you can end up with one color looking completely different than you anticipated.
Let's look at the different variables at play and show you how to make adjustments to deal with color shift both before you print and on press.
The Advantages of Printing with Plastisol Ink
How to Prep Plastisol Ink for Screen Printing
5 Commonly Asked Questions about FN-INK Plastisol Ink
What's the Difference Between a Mixing White and Regular White Ink?
Why Salt & Pine Co. Prefers to Print with Plastisol Ink rather than Water-Based
Unlock Any Color with the FN-INK™ Plastisol Ink Mixing System
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.