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    July 15, 2020 Sage Larson

    How to Achieve Soft-Hand Prints Using Plastisol Ink

    Want soft-hand prints? Print with water-based inks. 

    Well, water-based printing isn't accessible to every printer. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make your plastisol prints softer. Between the inks you choose to use, the garments you're printing on, and to the available ink additives, achieving soft plastisol prints is possible. Let's take a look to see how to accomplish this goal. 

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  • The Screen Printer's Best Friend: FN-INK™
    November 13, 2019 Sage Larson

    The Screen Printer's Best Friend: FN-INK™

    FN-INK™ grabs your artwork by the shoulders, shakes the sleepiness out of it, hands it a cup of coffee, and pushes it out into the world. FN-INK™ makes your art stimulating, rich, smooth, and radiant.  FN-INK™ brings your art to life....

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  • Plastisol Ink
    December 4, 2017 Amy Roberts

    The Benefits of Ink Prep Prior to Printing

    Wilfex Perfect White Low Bleed Plastisol Ink Last year we launched Wilflex Low Bleed White Ink. In the typical Ryonet and Wilflex Fashion, we wanted to make it better. The following summer after we launched the ink, we made improvements and upgraded the Low Bleed Ink to our Perfect White Low Bleed Plastisol […]

     

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  • November 10, 2017 Amy Roberts

    Ryonet’s Ink Pouring Process

    Disclaimer: We have been pouring ink here at Ryonet since the very beginning. As our company has grown and as we have gone through a Wilflex ink transition, we have changed our ink pouring facilities four times. We have also changed and increased our container size three times. Through these changes, we have made some […]

    The post Ryonet’s Ink Pouring Process appeared first on Ryonet Blog.

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  • Plastisol Ink vs. Water Based Ink: What’s Different?
    May 15, 2017 Kaitlyn Ingram

    Plastisol Ink vs. Water Based Ink: What’s Different?

    So, what is the deal with plastisol versus water based ink? Ink is one of the most used products when you are screen printing. For a long time plastisol inks were the most common choice since water based inks were more difficult to use. Plastisol served printers well and created some rad designs. But this […]

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  • Water Based Printing
    March 8, 2016 Ryonet Collaborator

    Debunking The Myths Of Water Based Printing

    Water based printing has a bad reputation: Runny, transparent, and hard to work with. Inks that dry fast in your screens and give you a headache that just won’t go away. It’s a shame too, since the water based inks of today have far fewer of those awful traits you remember from your old poster […]

     

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