What Screen Printers Can Accomplish with a Heat Press and Teflon Sheets  | Screenprinting.com

What Screen Printers Can Accomplish with a Heat Press and Heat Resistant Non-Stick Sheets

Sage Larson
Every screen printer should have a heat press and teflon sheets. Not only will you be able to offer vinyl and foil as a service, you’ll be able to use the heat press and teflon to smooth out prints. Let’s dive into the uses of teflon sheets and heat presses as well as exploring insider tips. 
Should I Screen Print or Decorate with Vinyl?  | Screenprinting.com

Should I Screen Print or Decorate with Vinyl?

Sage Larson
Ready to start decorating garments? There are many ways you can go about decorating garments — embroidery, screen printing, vinyl, etc. How do you decide which one is best for you? Let’s focus on screen printing and vinyl to distinguish which method will fit your business.
How to Achieve Matte or Glossy Prints  | Screenprinting.com

How to Achieve Matte or Glossy Prints

Sage Larson
Wondering how to adjust the final looks of the ink? (Is it too shiny? Want it to look dull? Or is it dull and you want it to look shiny?) Let's look into it.
How To Screen Print With Plastisol Heat Transfers  | Screenprinting.com

How To Screen Print With Plastisol Heat Transfers

Sage Larson
Screen printing heat transfers can seem daunting but in reality, it’s actually fairly simple. If made properly, plastisol heat transfers can last almost as long as a screen prints and can be much easier to apply in certain scenarios. Here are a few ways screen printing your own transfers can help your business.
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.
The Heat Press, Every Printer's Secret Tool  | Screenprinting.com

The Heat Press, Every Printer's Secret Tool

Sage Larson
Every screen print shop needs a heat press. Every. Single. One. Why would you even need a heat press in a shop? Many reasons, like special orders, ...

[VIDEO] Heat Press Hero: Making Bad Prints Look Good

Kaitlyn Ingram

It’s a griddle! It’s a panini maker! It’s… a heat press! Every day heroes hide in plain sight, even in your print shop. Do you look at your heat press and simply see a way of pressing applique items, like heat transfers or vinyl? What if it could be so much more, enough to save […]

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A Heat Press is a Great Addition to Any Screen Printing Shop  | Screenprinting.com

A Heat Press is a Great Addition to Any Screen Printing Shop

Amy Roberts

A heat press is an amazing addition to any screen printing shop. Having a heat press on hand can make your job a lot easier in a variety of different printing situations. This type of press is great for when you are doing onsite event printing. With a heat press, you only have to take […]

 

Printing Multi-Color Heat Transfers  | Screenprinting.com

Printing Multi-Color Heat Transfers

AR Department

Many printers have at least dipped a toe into the world of single color plastisol heat transfers. They’re quick, easy, and great for taking on the go.  What many printers haven’t tried is a multi-color heat transfer.  Most printers just aren’t sure how to do it right, so they don’t do it at all. As […]

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