Fingers Duke & Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer Infomercial  | Screenprinting.com

Fingers Duke | Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer Infomercial

Jamie Leinbach
This video isn't just an infomercial. It’s a peek into the future of screen printing where life's just easier. For all of us chasing that perfect print while trying to keep our sanity (and arms) intact, the Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer is a must-have. Give the video a watch and prepare to be wowed. 
Tips to Printing on Waterproof Garments with Wilflex Epic Hugger Catalyst  | Screenprinting.com

The Secret to Printing on Waterproof Nylon Garments

Sage Larson
Printing on nylon is a struggle. Many variables and differences in the material can make print jobs difficult. Once you get the process right, it’s a cinch. Jonathan Overmeyer at Golden Press Studio walks through how to print on nylon windbreakers using their original shirt design.
Mastering Color Accuracy with Wilflex Epic Rio Plastisol Ink Mixing System  | Screenprinting.com

Mastering Color Accuracy with Wilflex Epic Rio Plastisol Ink Mixing System

Sage Larson
In screen printing, your print shop's ability to quickly make color adjustments or to match requested color shades can either make or break a sale. Include high volume production and the ability to print wet on wet and you are narrowing the playing field even more. Your mixing system is as much a sales tool as it is an ink you print with. The Wilflex Rio Mixing system and the IMS 3.0 mixing system are powerful tools that help you quickly mix your desired Pantone solid-coated color simulation.
Tips for Adding Many FN-INK™ Specialties into the Same Design  | Screenprinting.com

Tips for Adding Many FN-INK™ Specialties into the Same Design

Jacelyn Wedman
With seven new specialty inks from FN-INK™, there’s a lot to explore. Goldsilverpuffextender base, and many other inks and additives all create different awesome effects. With so much to experiment with, why not try to add as many specialty inks in one design as possible? Print expert Colin Huggins is on the case.
Streamline Your Printing Prep Process with These 6 Tips  | Screenprinting.com

Streamline Your Printing Prep Process with These 6 Tips

Jacelyn Wedman
A screen printing job takes a lot of man hours. The whole process, from art prep to screen reclaim, takes time and effort to constantly hone in processes and learn from mistakes. The pre-press process — everything you do before setting up the press for a print run — is a big part of the screen printing process. Want to improve productivity and streamline this process? Here are six ways to dial in the pre-press process.
Do More with Water Based Ink Using 3 New Specialty Additives  | Screenprinting.com

Do More with Water Based Ink Using 3 New Specialty Additives

Jacelyn Wedman
Green Galaxy Water-Based inks are sustainable, friendly to the printer and planet, and economically priced. There are tons of options for specialty printing with these High-Solids acrylics (HSA) inks: puffgoldsilver, and more. Starting now, there are even more printers that can do with Green Galaxy inks. Make ink keep vibrancy, stretch further and stay wet on press longer with three new specialty additives. 
How to Use a PMS Mixing System to Mix Custom Gray Ink Colors  | Screenprinting.com

How to Use a PMS Mixing System to Mix Custom Gray Ink Colors

Jacelyn Wedman
Gray is a popular color for screen printing. It’s great for printing neck tags and looks good on many colors of garments. Printers who choose gray for a design’s color scheme usually have to mix it themselves. Ink manufacturers may not carry a ready-to-print gray. If they do, there’s a chance it won’t be the shade you’re looking for. Good thing for mixing systems, right? Here’s how to mix your own perfect shade of gray screen printing ink.
Curable Reducer, Soft Hand Additive, Extender Base: What’s the Difference?  | Screenprinting.com

Curable Reducer, Soft Hand Additive, Extender Base: What’s the Difference?

Jacelyn Wedman
Looking for your prints to have a soft hand feel? There are three products that seem pretty similar: Extender BaseCurable Reducer, and soft hand additive. While they may look the same, they have different functions. Let’s take a look at all three and discover which ink gives prints the softest feel. 
Best Practices for Adding Screen Printing Ink to a Screen  | Screenprinting.com

Best Practices for Adding Screen Printing Ink to a Screen

Jacelyn Wedman
Adding ink to a screen for the first time can be a bit daunting. It seems easy enough, but once you get the ink bucket, spatula, and screen, you might wonder exactly how to do it. How much ink do you add? Where do you put it? If you’re asking these questions, keep reading. Let’s walk through how to prep ink for printing and how to apply it to a screen.
Want to Create a Custom Brown Ink? Here’s How  | Screenprinting.com

Want to Create a Custom Brown Ink? Here’s How

Jacelyn Wedman
If you’ve tried to search for a bucket of brown ink, you might notice the selection is limited. If you do find an out-of-bucket brown ink, it might not be the exact color you had in mind. To get the perfect shade of brown you’re imagining, you’ll have to mix it custom. Let’s talk about mixing your own brown ink to get the best results. 
The Lowdown on Low Cure Plastisol Ink  | Screenprinting.com

The Lowdown on Low Cure Plastisol Ink

Jacelyn Wedman
Been looking at FN-INK™? Did you just get it? You probably have a million questions about the plastisol ink: what’s different, best practices for using it, and more. Well, fasten your seatbelts folks. We’re going to guide you through everything you need to know about using FN-INK™. 
Everything You Need to Know about Mixing and Adjusting Pantone Colors  | Screenprinting.com

Everything You Need to Know about Mixing and Adjusting Pantone Colors

Jacelyn Wedman
Mixing ink is an art form. Sometimes you’ll mix your Pantone ink just right, following the formula, but when you go to print, the Pantone color looks totally wrong. No matter how perfectly the formula is crafted and how flawless your process is, there are some variables that you have to account for yourself when mixing custom Pantone inks. Let’s go over a few of these variables and see how they influence your Pantone colors.