Green Galaxy Fusion Water Based PMS Mixing System - Pints
Explore the FULL spectrum of your screen printing vision with the Green Galaxy™ Fusion Mixing Kit. Using our slick online Pantone® based color mixing program and 11 optimized Green Galaxy™ Fusion pigments, it's now just as easy to mix your own custom water-based colors as it is to print them. Ryonet's Green Galaxy™ Fusion Mixing Pigments have all of the same leading-edge features as our ready-to-print Green Galaxy™ Water Based Inks. With extensive in-screen open times, filter-less mixing, improved viscosity for superior pigment control and print opacity, HSA (High Solids Acrylic) technology and the flexibility to be used with Warp Drive for use on more versatile printing mediums, we designed the Green Galaxy™ Fusion Mixing Pigments for passionate printers. Just add the appropriate amount of pigment to Green Galaxy Clear™ Core and/or Opaque Core bases and fuse your own color pallet for your next print!
11 Pints of Green Galaxy™ Fusion Pigments
- Fusion Blue
- Fusion Gold
- Fusion Green
- Fusion Pink
- Fusion Red
- Fusion Ruby
- Fusion Scarlet
- Fusion Violet
- Fusion White
- Fusion Yellow
1 Gallon of Green Galaxy™ Clear Core Base
1 Quart of Green Galaxy™ Opaque Core Base
To access the latest version of the mixing formulas click here.
Green Galaxy™ Fusion Mixing Pigments can be mixed directly into Green Galaxy™ Clear Core Base, however, we recommend creating your own base with 80% Clear Core and 20% Opaque Core. Adding 20% Opaque Core to your mix provides more body and better coverage to the ink. If you desire more coverage or body you can add additional Opaque Core to the mixing base, but this will alter the mixing formula slightly and manual tweaks will be necessary to achieve the originally desired Pantone® color.
Green Galaxy™ Fusion Pigment load should not surpass 25% of total ink mixing ratio, with the exception of Green Galaxy™ Fusion White Pigment. Green Galaxy™ Fusion White Pigment is curable but will lead to a heavier hand and more crusted feeling if added in excess.
NOTE: If too much pigment is added to the mixing base it will not cure properly. All mixing formulas found on Fusion.Screenprinting.com have already been appropriately balanced and should not need adjusting if using the recommended base.