Long distance printing at it’s finest.


It’s been a whirlwind over here, with the Halloween buzz and many recent events having just ended. For those of you lucky enough to be in the Midwestern vicinity and even luckier to have made it over to our warehouse in Arkansas for our Open House Event – We absolutely LOVED having you with us! It was a blast and we were (once again) reminded that our favorite people in the world to party with are our customers. You guys are honestly the best.

For one more reason to pity the rest of us envy-stricken individuals, some of the lucky attendees of the event carried a little piece of history home with them that day, along with their full stomachs. Headlining the event was Ryonet’s attempt at breaking the Guinness Book of World Record’s longest screen print. Our 80 foot long wooden screen was graciously built by Nortech. A beast of a frame and covered in 110 mesh, the design was 10 feet longer than the previous World Record. Each attendee was able to join in the printing efforts and contribute with one of the provided 12″ squeegees. The design, a string of “Long Distance Printers” marathon running across the fabric, was made by our own graphic designer Mark Daffron.

We won’t know for a little while what the official results are. The paperwork is off to Guinness headquarters for review, and once word is back, we will give you one final update. Whether or not our Open House Event was truly “record breaking” though, a huge gigantic shout-out is due to everyone who attended and contributed. Hopefully we will all receive good news in a few weeks.

Until then, check out some photos from the event below:

If you attended, what was your favorite part of the event? Feel free to share in the comment section below!

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