We get it – sometimes, you need to print on fabrics that have a little more give. Think leggings, jerseys, athletic wear, and all things stretchy. These garments often contain Spandex or Lycra, making them ultra-stretchy. But how can you ensure your prints stand up to the stretch? Well, that's where FN-INK™ Stretch comes to the rescue. Let's dive into everything you need to know about printing on Spandex and Spandex-blended fabrics.
Fountain prints are a great way to get a little creative with your inks. You can make a personalized, unique design without using multiple screens. The great thing about fountain printing is that no two shirts are the same, but if your process is dialed in, fountain prints can be repeated for print runs or just done for one shirt.
FN-INK is a low-cure, creamy, easy-to-use plastisol ink for printers of all types. But don’t take our word for it. Hisway Press or Print uses FN-INK in their screen print shop. We asked them a few questions about their experience with the ink. Here’s what they had to say.
Want to print with plastisol ink, but still get that super-soft feel on the garment? Get ready to rock the world of screen printing with some pro tips and techniques. We're about to take it to the next level.
Screen printers constantly debate which ink is better. Of the options, two stand out. Plastisol versus water-based ink—two contenders vying for the title of supreme inkiness. It's a clash of the titans in the world of printing, and printers everywhere have taken sides, ready to defend their ink of choice like a warrior with a squeegee.