Your Brand Starts Here with the Riley Hopkins 150 Press  | Screenprinting.com

Your Brand Starts Here with the Riley Hopkins 150 Press

Sage Larson
Ready to start your own clothing brand? No matter what position you're in, the Riley Hopkins 150 Press will help you start your brand — and that's just the beginning. Let's learn how the press can expand your brand, your shop, or your business without costing you an arm and a leg. 
A Guide to Printing on Youth Apparel  | Screenprinting.com

A Guide to Printing on Youth Apparel

Jacelyn Wedman
Printing on youth apparel seems simple, right? Everything is smaller, but as long as you size everything to fit, it shouldn’t be a problem. Turns out, it’s a little more complicated than that. The Customer Protection Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), has enforced safety regulations on children and youth products for more than a decade. Let’s dive into it and find out what it means for you.
Stark Screen Printing's Recipe for Success  — Hard Work, Quality Product, Best Customer Service  | Screenprinting.com

Stark Screen Printing's Recipe for Success — Hard Work, Quality Product, Best Customer Service

Sage Larson

When Daniela Murphy’s husband called her back in November 2017 as she sat in the break room of Kohls, he had one question for her. Would it be okay if he bought some screen printing equipment off of Craigslist? 

Screen printing had always been a passion of his and he wanted to pursue it in his free time. Daniela, having no experience with screen printing, just said sure. 

Little did she know that their decision would lead to her new career.

How to Screen Print Wet on Wet Halftones and Color Blends for a Vintage Look  | Screenprinting.com

How to Screen Print Wet on Wet Halftones and Color Blends for a Vintage Look

Sage Larson
Remember when expert Colin Huggins showed how to create halftones and blends in Adobe Illustrator? Now he's printing that design. Watch to learn how to print wet-on-wet halftones and blends, tips to get the best colors and blends, and how shirt colors affect the look of the print.
The Ryonet Band Membership Changes Its Tune  | Screenprinting.com

The Ryonet Band Membership Changes Its Tune

Sage Larson
When you’re a part of the Ryonet Band, you get so many perks. Well, we just updated the perks and rewards for members. You don't want to miss out on this.
How to Do Eco-Friendly Screen Printing  | Screenprinting.com

How to Do Eco-Friendly Screen Printing

Sage Larson

Let’s face it. Screen printing is dirty, messy, and toxic at times. From the chemicals, garment manufacturers, chemical waste, to water pollution, screen printing has a long road ahead to becoming eco-friendly. Implementing greener practices seems challenging and expensive, but that’s not the case. 

Our choices matter. Let’s look at ways screen printers can implement environmentally friendly products and processes in their shops. 

How to Achieve Soft-Hand Prints Using Plastisol Ink  | Screenprinting.com

How to Achieve Soft-Hand Prints Using Plastisol Ink

Sage Larson

Want soft-hand prints? Print with water-based inks. 

Well, water-based printing isn't accessible to every printer. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make your plastisol prints softer. Between the inks you choose to use, the garments you're printing on, and to the available ink additives, achieving soft plastisol prints is possible. Let's take a look to see how to accomplish this goal. 

Which Screen Printing Press is Right for Me?  | Screenprinting.com

Which Screen Printing Press is Right for Me?

Sage Larson
The screen printing market has an abundance of screen printing presses. All these presses have different features, abilities, and prices. You want to make sure you're getting the right press for your goals and your customers' needs. How do you even begin to choose?
American Made, Made to Last  | Screenprinting.com

American Made, Made to Last

Sage Larson
Ryonet is a trusted supplier among screen printers because equipment is made of the highest quality in the USA. It's what makes us different from most screen print suppliers. Riley Hopkins pressesexposure unitsscreen carts, and more are made by Americans, people like you. 
Say Goodbye to the Jr. and Hello to the Riley Hopkins 250 Press  | Screenprinting.com

Say Goodbye to the Jr. and Hello to the Riley Hopkins 250 Press

Sage Larson
The Jr. has been a workhorse for thousands of printers. It was a gateway press that created a solid foundation for printers to start their careers and grow. The evolution of the press is here with the new Riley Hopkins 250 Press. 
The Darkroom Process: Film, Emulsion Density, Exposing, and Washout  | Screenprinting.com

The Darkroom Process: Film, Emulsion Density, Exposing, and Washout

Sage Larson
After coating a screen, it's time to expose and washout the screen. Dialing in screen exposure is no easy feat. In the latest videos, screen printing expert Colin Huggins goes over the tools you need to create optimal and to make solid, exposed screens. He'll also address nuances within the exposing and washout process and share ways to improve your darkroom procedures.
Which Emulsion is Right for Me?  | Screenprinting.com

Which Emulsion is Right for Me?

Sage Larson
Several types of emulsions exist on the market. How do you decide on which emulsion is best for you? First, you must ask yourself a few questions.