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  • June 21, 2017 Kaitlyn Ingram

    To Rip or Not To Rip

    How to know when your design should go into a RIP program… Maybe the first question that comes to your mind is, “What’s a RIP?” Most screen print designs are one or two colors, or spot color. In other words, they are created without shading or tonality. A large flat area of one color printed […]

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  • June 10, 2008 AR Department

    Creating film for exposing your art

    Why an Inkjet to Output Films? The concept behind inkjets and exposing film will be familiar to most readers: ink gets squirted out of nozzles located within the print head, which distribute the ink across the page as it is fed through the printer. It’s less well known, though, that the technology itself can be broken […]

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