What is Copyright Infringement and Why Does it Matter to Screen Printers?
A Crash Course in Halftones for Screen Printing
The Screen Printing Equipment Every Water-Based Printer Needs
Water-based printing takes a few different pieces of equipment and a bit of know-how. When printing with water-based ink, the water in the ink needs to evaporate in order for the ink to cure. This may seem challenging, but it’s a cinch with the proper tools. Let’s talk about the tools needed to print with water-based ink.
Tips for Adding Many FN-INK™ Specialties into the Same Design
Why Live Printing? PRNT SCRN Screen Printing Weighs In
A Guide to Creating an Underbase in Adobe Illustrator
How to Get the Perfect Pocket or Left Chest Print Placement on Any Press
Placing pocket prints or left chest prints perfectly on a shirt can be tough. You don't want the print to end up in the armpit or on the neckline of the shirt. With a little bit of planning and know-how, this doesn’t have to be stressful. Here’s how to get the perfect left chest placement on press every time.
How Heritage Press Takes Risks to Turn Creativity into Capital
A 5-Step Guide to Separating Spot Colors in Adobe Illustrator
Best Practices to Taking Care of Printed T-Shirts
4 Materials to Screen Print that Aren’t T-Shirts
How to Screen Print a Vintage Look
Vintage prints have been a popular design choice for a long time. You can create a vintage print by taking a design and deliberately making that design look lighter on the garment so that the shirt color is influencing it but it also looks aged and worn. Want to learn how? Print expert Josh Wells walks you through the process.