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  • Kick the Can
    January 20, 2021 Cody Scherer

    Kick the Can: Project 376 Updates

    When the Ryonet leadership team aligned in establishing Project 376, our mission was to evaluate each new and existing product with the health of our customers & the environment in mind. Screen Printing has a bad-rap for being UNAVOIDABLY Dirty,...

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    December 2, 2020 Sage Larson

    Establishing a Brand: Creating a Logo

    Once you've researched your audience and competition and developed a brand voice, it's time to create the logo. Making a unique, eye-grabbing, and symbolic logo is arguably one of the most challenging tasks when establishing a brand. As in any screen printing process, you can go about creating a logo in many different ways. Ryonet's Creative Director Ryan Moore, a former screen printer, shared insights to his creative process of making a logo from scratch.
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    November 20, 2020 Sage Larson

    Establishing a Brand: The Voice

    When most people think of branding, they think about the visuals like logos, web design, photos, etc. You know what often goes unnoticed? The brand's voice. The messaging is just as important as the visuals. Let's look into what a brand voice is, the differences between voice and tone, and how to develop a brand voice.
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  • vacuum lid exposure unit
    November 5, 2020 Sage Larson

    LED Exposure: The New Standard

    Are point light source LED exposure units the new gold standard? LED’s are as close as we can get to a perfect point light source, so it seems odd to compromise this almost perfect geometry by assembling large area arrays. Large area arrays result in overlapping illumination from multiple LED’s, and this causes undercutting of […]

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  • pile of one dollar bills
    October 19, 2020 Sage Larson

    Looking For A Tax Break? Section 179 May Be The Answer

    No one likes paying taxes, right? Section 179, a piece of legislation aimed at assisting small to medium-sized businesses, is a great way to limit tax liability this year. Today’s short post will explain how Section 179 works for screen printers and how a screen printing shop can take advantage of this helpful deduction!
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  • person locking in screen in screen clamp
    September 4, 2020 Sage Larson

    Invest in the Stock Market or Invest in Yourself

    Investing in the stock market isn’t the only way to bring home more money. Another way is to start a side hustle. Since you’re here, I believe it’s safe to assume that you’re thinking about diving into screen printing. If you’re a problem solver, a go-getter, a hard worker who’s creative, motivated, and driven, then screen printing is definitely for you. 
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  • water pouring out of drain onto filtration system
    August 21, 2020 Sage Larson

    Disposing of Hazardous Screen Print Shop Waste

    The screen printing process creates waste, particularly in the form of inks, emulsions, and the chemicals used to clean them off screens and tools. Some of this waste is hazardous. As awareness of environmental and safety concerns continue to grow, so does the importance of having a plan for properly disposing of it.
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  • Person wearing a cloth face mask
    June 1, 2020 Ryan Moor

    Wear Masks. Why? CDC Issues Guidelines for Businesses To Reopen

    In order to help prevent further outbreaks, the CDC says employees should wear a cloth face mask "in all areas of the business” along with sanitation, hand washing, and distancing. Many customers have had great success providing the reusable, sustainable, and comfortable Allmask™ to their customers as branded or blank to serve this need.
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