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    May 28, 2020 Sage Larson

    Mesh Count and You

    Different mesh counts are used for different applications in the screen printing process. What is mesh count? Well, mesh count is a measure of how many threads of polyester (used to be silk, centuries ago, hence ‘silkscreening’) cross each other per square inch of the screen. For example, a 110 mesh screen would have 110 threads crossing per square inch. The higher the mesh count, the finer the holes are in the screen. 

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  • person printing on a t-shirt printing press
    May 21, 2020 Sage Larson

    A How to for Screen Printing T-Shirts

    Each printer has their own unique story of why they got into screen printing. Some wanted to start their own clothing line. Others found it as a way to make a living. No matter what boat you're in, screen printing can be challenging. Check out this easy guide to learn the proper steps for screen printing t-shirts.  

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  • Fire Up Your Screen Printing Side Business with the Riley 150 Kit
    April 22, 2020 Sage Larson

    Fire Up Your Screen Printing Side Business with the Riley 150 Kit

    Whether you’re in need of some extra help to make your rent, pay off some credit card bills, or just building some savings, the reality is that you’re in need of adding another source of income to help pay for living expenses. If you're ready to put in the work and have decided that screen printing is the route you want to take, then consider jumpstarting your business with the Riley 150 Kit.
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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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  • Ink
    November 15, 2017 Amy Roberts

    The Rio Mixing System for Ink

    The Rio Mixing System is a Wilflex ink management system (IMS) that helps you mix a PANTONE® color.  In the following videos, Kevin from Ryonet teaches you how to use the IMS to create a a variety of PANTONE® colors. With this one simple system you are ready to mix any color that comes to […]


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  • Wilflex
    September 6, 2017 Kaitlyn Ingram

    Wilflex ROI - Return On Ink

    You may have heard or seen us say that, despite being pricier, Wilflex inks end up saving you money.  And in theory, that’s great!  But, how does it work in practice?  You may be familiar with the idea of ROI, or Return on Investment.  We’re going to talk about Wilflex’s ROI, or Return on Ink. […]


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  • Carded Cotton Shirt
    August 30, 2017 Kaitlyn Ingram

    Printing White on a Carded Cotton Shirt

    There’s no doubt that ring spun cotton is a better printing surface, but when it comes down to it, most printers will ended up with carded cotton tees. They’re more accessible and cheaper, even if they’re not as smooth to print on. Don’t fret, though! Getting smooth, soft prints on carded cotton t-shirts is well […]


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