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How do I Screen Print? 4 Quick Steps for Beginners

Posted by Jeffrey Gononsky on

Screen printing is not a very difficult process. It can be messy, and it will be messy, but will get less messy as you become more proficient in your printing technique. For this brief explanation, we will assume that we are printing on fabric, which can be anything from t-shirts, to canvas bags.  But the principals are applicable for printing on paper, glass, or any other type of substrate. You'll need a variety of screen printing products to get your job done. How do I screen print? The first step in the process is preparing a workspace where you can print....

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Plastisol Screen Printing Inks Uses and Supplies

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Before answering the big question - "Why Plastisol is rated as the best screen printing ink", we should get the answer for - "What is plastisol ink?"  Plastisol is a suspension of PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) in liquid plasticizer. Plastisol easily flows like a liquid when poured into a heated mold. Holden's Screen Supply has our own line of professional plastisols. It is commonly used as an ink in screen printers for textile for screen printing.  As stated above, it is used in the textile industry for screen printing purposes, and hence are often called textile ink.  Since its inception...

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How to Use a Screen Printing Kit: 6 Easy Steps!

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So you've finally decided to become a screen printer, and screen print your own apparel, cards, signs, or art.  The easiest way to begin your journey is to pickup a screen printing kit, which will have more than enough of the tools you will need to start your endeavor. To begin any project, you will need a design that you will transfer on to the silkscreen.  There are a few methods to this approach, and depending on the screen printing kit you purchased, you would either be drawing directly on the silkscreen using a drawing fluid, or you will generate a...

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1 Reason to use a Screen Printing Kit

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How to use a screen printing kit to get you started in screen printing.

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Screen Printing Ink - Which Type is Best for Your Project?

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In this high-tech era, the art of printing has witnessed a noteworthy change. The invention of various printing techniques and fabric inks, together with the ever-changing preferences of customers have set the new course for the printing industry.  Screenprinting is a highly popular printing technique used by companies to print on fabrics and other surfaces. This particular printing process utilizes mesh screen to transfer the fabric screenprint ink onto the surface of the substrate. The fabric sheet is then sent to the conveyor dryers to cure and dry the ink.  Screen printing is relatively easy to undertake, efficient at producing...

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