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Printable Fabric from 3M
A Partial List of Industrial Applications for Screen Printing
Vastex Adds Entry-Level Line of Garment Presses
EFI Launches Armor Range of Coatings
Mutoh Expands RIP Software Package
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Eliminating Variables in the Screenroom
Standardization is a key part of preventing costly quality-control issues on press.
Using Quality Control to Manage Misprints
If high rates of seconds are increasing your costs and creating unwanted downtime, have a look at the quality control remedies Davis discusses for each stage of the garment-printing process.
Tips for Printing Lightweight Fabrics
Discover how artwork, screenmaking, inks, and curing influence quality when working with lightweight apparel.
Selecting White Inks for Your Shop
Picking a white ink is a simple matter when you only print on one type of fabric
Pushing vs. Pulling in Manual Screen Printing
Long print runs on manual presses can be an exhausting proposition. Davis describes an alternative method of squeegee handling that can aid you in the task.
Supply Considerations for Small Shops
Small shops can get into big trouble when they neglect to test their supplies and document procedures. Use this overview to avoid potential pitfalls.
Stretching What You Have
Making the most of your consumables is key to surviving tough times. Davis explains how to get the most mileage out of inks, emulsion, cleaning chemicals, and other supplies by optimizing screen tension.
Surviving in a Lean Economy
Major shifts in the garment race have blocked many printers from the finish line. Find out what you can do to stay in the running during an economic downturn.
Identifying, Understanding, and Controlling Tertiary Moiré
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