Go Fuze Dye Sub to Cotton Pretreat
Polymer chemistry enables standard dye sub ink to fuse to cotton fabric.
Graphics One has announced Go Fuze dye sub to cotton liquid solution, engineered to allow dye sub inks to fuse to cotton fabric. Using polymer chemistry, Go Fuze enables dye sub printers to image transfers for use with polyester and cotton fabrics, according to the company.
Go Fuze is designed as part of a pretreat process: After the garment or fabric has been sprayed with Go Fuze and dried, dye sub inks can be transferred as part of a normal dye sub workflow utilizing dye sub paper and a heat press. The company reports users can also print directly to fabric and cure by heat.
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