From Hobbyist to Pro: The Best Tools for Every Screen Printer  | Screenprinting.com

From Hobbyist to Pro: The Best Additional Tools for Every Screen Printer

Josh Valencia
We want to help screen printers create amazing things. Whether you’re a hobbyist, own a small studio, or run a busy print shop, our collection has something for you. Let's look at how each product can make your screen printing projects even better.
How the Spyder II is Transforming Screen Printing Businesses  | Screenprinting.com

How the Spyder II is Transforming Screen Printing Businesses

Josh Valencia
Interested in how to make your screen printing business faster and more efficient? Meet the Spyder II from EXILE Technologies, a game-changing computer-to-screen system that can transform the way you create prints.
Screen Printing Into Overdrive with the Riley Hopkins 360  | Screenprinting.com

The Legacy Continues with the Riley Hopkins 360

Josh Valencia
Imagine a screen printing press that blends the traditional screen printing with modern versatility. Say hello to the Riley Hopkins 360 Screen Printing Press with Standard Arms. This new screen printing press addition to the Riley Hopkins line up is the perfect companion for printers who honor the past while eagerly embracing the flexibility needed to conquer today's printing challenges. Designed for the printers who appreciate the value of tradition and the power of versatility, this press is a testament to the enduring legacy of quality and reliability.
The RevolvInk Mixer Unleashes the Revolution in Ink Modulation & Mixing  | Screenprinting.com

The RevolvInk Mixer Unleashes the Revolution in Ink Modulation & Mixing

Sage Larson
In the world of screen printing, where every detail matters, finding the right tools can make all the difference. Let’s take a look at ink mixing where there's a new star on the stage – the RevolvInk Mixer. Say goodbye to the days of manual ink mixing; it's time to embrace consistency, speed, and a performance that hits all the right notes.
How Financing Equipment can Help Screen Printers Do More  | Screenprinting.com

How Financing Equipment Can Help Screen Printers Do More

Jacelyn Wedman

You know the struggle: your conveyor dryer breaks down, and without it, you can’t run at the volume you need in order to meet deadlines. You need a new conveyor dryer, but that’s a few thousand dollars that you don’t have in your pocket at the moment. How are you going to pay for a new conveyor?

Good news: there’s an answer to this problem. Queue financing. The term may sound scary, but financing provides a great opportunity to pay off expensive equipment slowly, in manageable installments. With a couple of financing options, you can pay how you like. Let’s talk about how financing through ScreenPrinting.com works, what your options are, and how to do it.

Waiting for the Right Time to Get an Automatic Press? Here’s What to Do in the Meantime  | Screenprinting.com

Waiting for the Right Time to Get an Automatic Press? Here’s What to Do in the Meantime

Jacelyn Wedman
Ready to upgrade your screen print shop to an auto? It’s an incredible feeling to outgrow your current space, but a little daunting to be making a leap to automation. While you’re looking at presses to invest in, take a look around your shop, too. There are probably some tasks you could do while you’re weighing your automatic press options. Here’s a checklist to help you get started. 
What's the Difference Between the Riley Hopkins 250 and 300 Presses?  | Screenprinting.com

What's the Difference Between the Riley Hopkins 250 and 300 Presses?

Jacelyn Wedman
Ready to step up your screen printing game? Whether you’re printing in a spare room, garage, or commercial space, a press upgrade can jumpstart your shop. Beginner presses like the Riley Hopkins 150 are perfect for learning the ropes. But eventually, you may find yourself wanting more printheads, stations, and upgraded manual press technology. There are two options in the Riley Hopkins press line: the 250 and 300. Which is best for you? Let’s break it down.
How Moving Shops Helped Abi-Saad Print & Design Work Toward Goals and Create Community  | Screenprinting.com

How Moving Shops Helped Abi-Saad Print & Design Work Toward Goals and Create Community

Jacelyn Wedman
Moving to a new shop space is exciting but also intimidating. The process can be riddled with challenges or go smoothly. Anthony Abi-Saad found both when he moved his shop, Abi-Saad Print & Design, to a new location in Taunton, Massachusetts. It wasn’t the first time he’d moved, but it was a big new challenge. One main challenge: creating a darkroom from scratch. With a bit of creativity and some expert help, he was able to make it all happen.
Want to Screen Print? Here’s How to Choose the Best Start Up Press for You  | Screenprinting.com

Want to Screen Print? Here’s How to Choose the Best Start Up Press for You

Jacelyn Wedman
The day has come: you're ready to jump into the screen printing world. A key factor needed to get started in this adventure is a screen printing press. With tons of press options, it may be difficult to choose the best press to get started with. Luckily, there’s a guide to choosing the best startup press for your shop. Keep reading.
A Crash Course in Choosing Proper Scoop Coater & Squeegee Sizing for a Job  | Screenprinting.com

A Crash Course in Choosing Proper Scoop Coater & Squeegee Sizing for a Job

Jacelyn Wedman
Size matters in screen printing. But it’s not just about how big your press or conveyor is. The sizing of all your equipment and supplies is important, even down to squeegees and scoop coaters. If you’re having issues when coating screens or getting a good print, it might not be your technique. You might just not have properly sized supplies for the job. So what size scoop coater and squeegees should you use? What can happen if you don’t use the right size? Let’s find out. 
4 Steps to Prepare Your Screen Print Shop for a Severe Storm  | Screenprinting.com

4 Steps to Prepare Your Screen Print Shop for a Severe Storm

Jacelyn Wedman
It’s summer storm season again. You know what that means: natural disasters and storms that can impact your business. What should you do to prepare for a severe storm and protect your print shop? Here are six tips for prepping before a storm and what to do if your shop does get damaged. 
Why Live Printing? PRNT SCRN Screen Printing Weighs In  | Screenprinting.com

Why Live Printing? PRNT SCRN Screen Printing Weighs In

Jacelyn Wedman
Live printing: some printers love it, others don’t. Doing live printing takes a little bit of bravery and a whole lot of preparation. So why should you do live printing? What’s so great about it? Josh Dykstra, the owner of PRNT SCRN Screen Printing, discusses his experience in live screen printing.