White ink is atop contender for “most questions asked”. This is largely due to the amount of pigments white ink has. Something critical when printing with white ink is that it prints crisp, clean and bright. There are a couple basic suggestions to keep in mind that will help you get the best results possible. Sometimes it’s the simple things that go a long way in making a successful print run.
January 23, 2013 AR DepartmentRead now
Hooray, it's Wednesday!!! Hope you're as excited about that as we are... it's just a darned good day.
The team at Ryonet is always working on helpful tips to share with you-ranging from screen printing how-to tutorials to simple technique suggestions. Today we'd like to share a little something about IC 7500 Ultramix Color Concentrate Plastisol Ink.
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January 3, 2013 AR DepartmentRead now
Good Thursday morning to you! Let's chat about plastisol ink. We use it... you use it, but are you sure you know when it's really ready to use? Do you find yourself pulling out a glob of ink thick enough to rival cement? If so, this tip just might make your day... read on, good friends!
July 31, 2012 AR DepartmentRead now
We're excited to tell you about a new product that's now available from Ryonet...
It's a plastisol ink additive called RyoCharge and we think you are going to love it because it will turn plastisol into a discharge and it's super simple to use. Check out this video to see Ryan demonstrate!
March 25, 2010 Ryonet CollaboratorRead now
Screen printing heat transfers can seem daunting but in reality it’s actually fairly easily. If properly produced, plastisol heat transfers can last almost as long as a direct print and can be much easier to apply in certain scenarios. Screen printing your own heat transfers can be a feasible solution for many scenarios a screen […]