A Checklist of Equipment & Supplies Needed to Start Screen Print Shop  | Screenprinting.com

A Checklist of Equipment & Supplies Needed to Start Screen Print Shop

Josh Valencia
Ready to start screen printing? It's a big jump, but it's so worth it. To build your shop, you will need to obtain some equipment and supplies. Our Sales and Success Team put together a handy check list of everything you should consider investing in your future shop.
From Learning to Leading in the Ever Evolving Screen Printing Industry  | Screenprinting.com

From Learning to Leading with Jesse Poteet

Guest Author
Meet Jesse Poteet, the cool and creative mind behind Alpine Apparel Co and Startup Screen Printing. Jesse’s the real deal - full of integrity and armed with a genuine passion for teaching the art of screen printing. Every time we connect with him, his down-to-earth vibe shines through and we’re so stoked to highlight him. Read his guest blog for more!
Fingers Duke & Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer Infomercial  | Screenprinting.com

Fingers Duke | Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer Infomercial

Jamie Leinbach
This video isn't just an infomercial. It’s a peek into the future of screen printing where life's just easier. For all of us chasing that perfect print while trying to keep our sanity (and arms) intact, the Ryonet RevolvInk Mixer is a must-have. Give the video a watch and prepare to be wowed. 
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.
Everything Screen Printers Need to Know about Water-Based Ink  | Screenprinting.com

Everything Screen Printers Need to Know about Water-Based Ink

Jacelyn Wedman
There’s a lot to know when it comes to printing with water-based ink. From darkroom setup to printing and curing, all the way to cleaning up, there’s lots to absorb about the water-based printing process. But before you pull your hair out, take a minute and read through this blog. We’ve compiled everything you need to know about water-based ink, so you can get started on the right foot.
Best Practices when Printing Multi-Color Posters with Water-Based Ink  | Screenprinting.com

Best Practices when Printing Multi-Color Posters with Water-Based Ink

Jacelyn Wedman
Ever looked around at your walls and thought “This could use some pizzazz?” Screen printing professional Jamie is with you. The walls of her print studio were bland and boring. Why not print some posters to liven things up? Printing on posters takes a little bit of a different skill set than printing on t-shirts. You’ll need different squeegees, a different platen setup, and a unique curing method.
Celebrating Earth Day with Eco-Conscious Screen Printing  | Screenprinting.com

Celebrating Earth Day with Eco-Conscious Screen Printing

Jacelyn Wedman
The screen printing industry isn’t known for its eco-friendly practices. But there are some ways that screen printers everywhere can do a little better for their shop and environment. Ryan Moor, CEO and founder of Ryonet, believes in the power of helping the environment and the community one t-shirt at a time. That’s why we chose to screen print volunteer shirts using water-based ink for a great organization just around the corner from our Vancouver, Washington, warehouse. 
How to Create & Screen Print QR Codes on Garments  | Screenprinting.com

How to Create & Screen Print QR Codes on Garments

Jacelyn Wedman
Quick Response codes, or QR codes, are everywhere. You sit down at a restaurant and to read the menu, you have to scan a QR code. You walk through a trade show, stop by a booth with stellar equipment, and to get that show discount, you gotta scan a QR code. You’re picking up a new couch you found on Facebook Marketplace. To Venmo the seller, they bring up the QR code for their account so you can scan it and easily reimburse them. 
What Is Water Based Ink in Screen Printing?  | Screenprinting.com

What Is Water Based Ink in Screen Printing?

Jacelyn Wedman

 

What is water-based ink? What makes it a desirable ink for screen printers? The basic answer is that water-based ink uses water as a base. Seems pretty self-explanatory, right? There’s a lot more to know about water-based ink than just the base itself. Let’s dive in and talk about what water-based ink is and how printers can get the most out of it. 

The Screen Printing Equipment Every Water-Based Printer Needs  | Screenprinting.com

The Screen Printing Equipment Every Water-Based Printer Needs

Jacelyn Wedman

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. 

Do More with Water Based Ink Using 3 New Specialty Additives  | Screenprinting.com

Do More with Water Based Ink Using 3 New Specialty Additives

Jacelyn Wedman
Green Galaxy Water-Based inks are sustainable, friendly to the printer and planet, and economically priced. There are tons of options for specialty printing with these High-Solids acrylics (HSA) inks: puffgoldsilver, and more. Starting now, there are even more printers that can do with Green Galaxy inks. Make ink keep vibrancy, stretch further and stay wet on press longer with three new specialty additives. 
The Best Way to Register Water-Based and Plastisol Screen Prints  | Screenprinting.com

The Best Way to Register Water-Based and Plastisol Screen Prints

Jacelyn Wedman
Registering a print is a vital piece of the screen printing process. Printers need to make sure that all screens align with each other and have the proper placement on a shirt. Let’s take a look at properly registering single and multicolor prints with plastisol and water-based ink.