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    January 22, 2021 Sage Larson

    Supply and Equipment Upgrades that Improve Production and Quality of Product

    Getting new equipment is the best feeling in the world. Being able to level up your printing game is not only exciting, it’s beneficial for your customers. Ready to upgrade something in your shop, but not sure what to focus on? Let’s look at the different areas you can improve in your shop and discover the benefits of making the upgrade to help you decide what would be best for you.
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  • text says how to make a shop logo! design of a squeegee that says hot mama print shop. cory smiling
    January 22, 2021 Sage Larson

    How to Make a Custom Print Shop Logo

    When launching a new business, one of important tasks you need to tackle is creating a logo. If you don't have a graphic design background, making a logo can be daunting. Luckily, a fellow graphic designer has made your life a little easier. Cory Romeiser of Golden Press Studio walks you through how you can make your own unique logo by using elements from the Screen Printers Branding Starter Pack.
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  • Kick the Can
    January 20, 2021 Cody Scherer

    Kick the Can: Project 376 Updates

    When the Ryonet leadership team aligned in establishing Project 376, our mission was to evaluate each new and existing product with the health of our customers & the environment in mind. Screen Printing has a bad-rap for being UNAVOIDABLY Dirty,...

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  • a gallon of comet white and pitch black on a table full of squeegees
    January 13, 2021 Sage Larson

    Is Water Based Printing Right For You?

    Intrigued by water-based inks? Water-based inks are great because they feel so soft on the garment and simple to print basic jobs, but it becomes challenging when printing complex art and it requires more legwork. Whether you’re ready for a new challenge or you received a request from a customer, printing with water-based inks is a whole new ball game compared to printing plastisol inks. Ink master Colin Huggins has shared helpful knowledge you need to know about water-based printing to help you decide if it’s right for you.
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  • person pushing a squeegee across a screen
    January 8, 2021 Sage Larson

    How to Handle White Plastisol Inks in Cooler Temperatures

    Dreaming about warm summer days when your ink flows oh so smoothly? Winter and its cooler temperatures sure makes it difficult for a screen printer, especially with white plastisol inks. The ink feels thick, stringy, and stiff. It requires more effort to lay down a good ink deposit. Does it have to be this hard? Nope. Ink and Chemistry Guru Colin Huggins shares his secrets to making white plastisol ink easier to handle during the cooler months.
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