Missed the FN-INK™ Puff Livestream? Here’s the Highlights  | Screenprinting.com

Missed the FN-INK™ Puff Livestream? Here’s the Highlights

Jacelyn Wedman

Print expert and FN-INK™ Puff enthusiast Colin Huggins went live on Friday to answer frequently asked questions about this rad 3D ink. If you missed the live stream, don’t worry: we’ve got your back. Huggins covered best practices, getting tons of detail, proper curing, and more. Check out the highlights.

Top 5 Most Helpful Screen Printing Articles of 2021  | Screenprinting.com

Top 5 Most Helpful Screen Printing Articles of 2021

Jacelyn Wedman
Learning the trade of screen printing never stops. No matter if you print in your spare bedroom or are outgrowing your 8 color press, there’s always more to learn. Want a crash course? Here’s the 5 most helpful blogs for screen printers of all types in 2021.
How to Properly Cure Plastisol Ink with a Flash Dryer  | Screenprinting.com

How to Properly Cure Plastisol Ink with a Flash Dryer

Jacelyn Wedman
A flash dryer is a versatile piece of equipment and can be used in many ways, no matter how small your shop is. Curing with a flash dryer takes a little bit of experience to dial in, but can be another way to cure prints without a conveyor dryer. In the video, Josh Wells walks you through properly curing garments with a flash dryer. 
Tips for DTG Printing on 100% Cotton Garments  | Screenprinting.com

Tips for DTG Printing on 100% Cotton Garments

Luke Ryerkerk
Like in screen printing, the type of garment will affect how you print via Direct-To-Garment (DTG). This week, expert Luke Ryerkerk dives into the specifics about printing 100% cotton on a DTG printer. 
Ensuring Proper Ink Curing  | Screenprinting.com

Ensuring Proper Ink Curing

Sage Larson
Curing your prints is one of the last steps of the screen printing process, but it is one of the most important steps. Ink needs to be cured properly so it sets into the garment. If the ink does not cure fully, it will crack, fall apart, and not last for long. Printers use either heat guns, heat pressesflash dryers, or conveyor dryers to cure inks. Let's take a look at how each curing device works.
Curing with a Flash: Plastisol Ink Edition  | Screenprinting.com

Curing with a Flash: Plastisol Ink Edition

Sage Larson
Dryers can cost a pretty penny, especially when you're starting to build your shop. Many screen printers use their flash dryers to cure. Flash dry...