September 5, 2018 Amy RobertsRead now
When it comes to Direct to Garment printing, pre-treating your garment is a must. Pre-treating mats the shirt fibers together and gives a base for the print to stand up on. For dark garments, it also chemically sets the white under...
April 12, 2018 Amy RobertsRead now
When it comes to garment decoration, there are a variety of different ways to get your design transferred to your shirt. Traditionally, when people of think of transferring designs to garments, they think of screen printing, and when they think of curing ink they think of large conveyor dryers. We want to encourage you to […]
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January 18, 2018 Amy RobertsRead now
Direct to Garment Printing is one of the coolest things currently happening in garment decoration. With the kick off of the new year comes the release of some amazing new products. Epson® SureColor® F2100 Direct-to-Garment Printer is no exception. Here at Ryonet, we are extremely excited to offer this awesome DTG printer. Epson DTG Printer Features The Epson® […]
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December 13, 2017 Amy RobertsRead now
The Idea of Allmade: Ryan Moor started screen printing in high school as a way to promote his punk rock band. By 2004 Ryonet was established as a distributor for screen printing equipment and supplies. Fast forward to 2016, Ryan was speaking to his team at ISS. During that talk, he mentioned “you may think […]
December 11, 2017 Charlie VeulemanRead now
Founding Allmade 2016 was a pivotal year in my wife and I’s shop. We took on several new pieces of equipment and a whole slew of challenges, signed a lease on a new building, got approval to initiate a Direct To Garment Demo Program in our Shop, and joined Ryonet in founding Allmade. There is […]
September 22, 2017 Ryonet CollaboratorRead now
One of the great features of the Epson F2000 is the RIP software that is included with it – Garment Creator. RIP stands for Raster Image Processor, and is the name for the type of software that converts a digital image into a format the printer can understand. While Garment Creator is not graphics software […]
September 20, 2017 Tom CochranRead now
If you have browsed industry forums or visited a trade show in the past few years, you know that Direct-To-Garment printing is shaking up the industry and providing a plethora of new options for garment decorators that were not available a decade ago. While adding DTG as a profit center is a great fit for […]
September 14, 2016 Cody SchererRead now
Direct to Garment print technology has been in use for quite a long time. Initially, OEM printers like the Epson lines were stripped down and remanufactured by 3rd parties to run with an ink suitable for garment production. There have been a number of manufacturers and iterations over the years, and the technology has always […]
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