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Trending Artwork: Distress or Grunge?
FESPA Opens Print Census
Orafol Develops Laminate for UV Prints
Ryonet Release ‘Stampinator’ Inline Heat Press
Brother DTG Releases AccuLine Camera System
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Details About Doming
Doming is a finishing process that not only enhances the appearance of printed items by producing a three-dimensional look, but it also makes them more durable.
Screen Printing Metallic Inks
The more uniform the ink film, the better the adhesion, and the smoother the printing surface, thereby allowing for better reflectivity and better brilliance.
A Look at Film and Liquid Laminators
Film and liquid laminators enhance the quality, appearance, and longevity of screen- and digitally printed graphic materials.
Substrate Static and Surface Energy Demystified
Many screen-printed products are insulators, so completely eliminating static through grounding isn’t really possible.
Controlling Dot Gain on Garments
Dot gain is a challenge for garment screen printers, whether the job involves four-color process, simulated process, or index separations.
Dynamic Controls for Static
Learn about what static electricity is, the factors that affect it, and the methods available to counteract it.
Maximizing Image Size and Position
The pointers presented here address the relationship between image and screen size, as well as how image position on screens can affect the quality of finished graphics.
Separating Fine Art for Screen Printing
Increasing Profit by Crunching Colors
Slicing into New Opportunities With Digital Cutting Technology
The CTS Experience
Tensioning Screens for Smoother Setups and Sharper Prints
Tuning Your Print Procedures for a Color-Managed Workflow
Wide-Format Inkjets: inspiring new trends in display graphics
Tuning Your Print Procedures for a Color-Managed Workflow, Part 2
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