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The first commandment of marketing (and some might argue sales), is and always has been—”Know Thy Customer.” After all, how can you understand how to meet your customers’ needs if you don’t really know what they are? Ryonet got its start in the garage of Ryan Moor, a high school kid who started printing t-shirts […]
Where to start: If you are new to the art and design world or maybe you are just self taught, art terms can be pretty confusing. We thought we would help you out a bit and break it down. Here are four super common art terms that you are going to hear a lot about. […]
[Guest Post from Bella+Canvas. Check out their blog for more great garment-focused articles!] A t-shirt is a t-shirt, right? Not quite. When selecting a blank garment to print on, we are faced with a barrage of options: Ring-spun versus open-end, side-seamed versus tubular, 20 single versus 30 single, 4.2oz versus 5.3oz — what does it […]
It has come to my attention that there are rumors about the ROQ being incapable of printing with one stroke for each color. It’s a preposterous assumption that such a high-end machine does not perform adequately for plastisol inks. The ROQ press is designed as well if not better than any machine that I have […]
“Niche or be niched.” –Unknown Maybe you’ve heard that quote before, maybe not, but it’s truer in screen printing than in anything else. Screen printing is a very competitive business. If you think you just can go buy a bunch of equipment, hang a sign on your door that says “open for screen printing” (or […]
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Why an Inkjet to Output Films? The concept behind inkjets and exposing film will be familiar to most readers: ink gets squirted out of nozzles located within the print head, which distribute the ink across the page as it is fed through the printer. It’s less well known, though, that the technology itself can be broken […]