Ryan goes over the best practices for creating screens for four and simulated color processes. At Ryonet we love to educate first. With classes across the U.S., online design courses and thousands of how-to videos; education is the cornerstone of what we do. Join us and start #PoweringThePrint. Check out all of our How-to Videos
December 26, 2017 Amy RobertsRead now
Teaching others how to screen print is one of the things we enjoy the most here at Ryonet. To top that off, teaching the next generation of screen printers is even better! Children absorb things in a way that adults don’t. The wonder and enthusiasm that they possess are like no other. So, you could […]
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December 6, 2017 Amy RobertsRead now
Why Gold Foil Popping your prints with gold foil transfers is a great way to spice up your shirts for the upcoming holiday season. The flash of the foil will not only help your shirts get noticed, but will also increase the value of your shirts. Gold foil transfers are easy to do when you […]
May 17, 2017 Kaitlyn IngramRead now
Okay, so you’ve heard their names, CMYK Process, Spot Color, and Simulated (Spot) Process, but what are they? What sets them apart from one another and what is the best use for each? Let’s go through them, one by one! CMYK Process (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) What is it? CMYK is the oldest halftone print […]
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March 8, 2017 Ryan MoorRead now
“Should I get joystick or a micro registration print heads?” This has been a hot topic for Riley Hopkins manual screen printing press fans since he released the Joystick option with his WIN line of presses back in the late 90’s. A lifelong artist and doodler, Riley actually invented the Joystick Registration system during a […]
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February 22, 2017 Marshall AtkinsonRead now
One of the most incredible aspects of the screen-printing industry is the incredible diverse spectrum of customers that we can appeal to for our services. We literally can do anything for anybody. This is such a powerful fact that I think a lot of shops get lost when trying to determine who they should be […]
December 22, 2016 Jake FranksRead now
Happy Holidays! Tis the season for hot cocoa, white elephant gifts, yule log videos on loop and (if you recall the most famous of all): truly hideous holiday sweaters. Wearing an ugly sweater is a tradition that has been passed from generation to generation for reasons unknown. Somehow their gaudiness coincides with the holiday spirit, […]
August 4, 2016 AR DepartmentRead now
Direct to Garment (DTG) printers use inkjet printheads to “print” onto the garment. The ink itself is made up of water, pigment and other proprietary materials. The printheads force little chunks of pigment out of a tiny nozzle and can cause some issues that we need to be prepared for. White ink is the biggest […]
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May 24, 2016 Mark BerrymanRead now
It has come to my attention that there are rumors about the ROQ being incapable of printing with one stroke for each color. It’s a preposterous assumption that such a high-end machine does not perform adequately for plastisol inks. The ROQ press is designed as well if not better than any machine that I have […]