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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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Screen Printing Kit: Professional Kit w/ All You Need-Home or Business

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Are you planning to get started with tshirt screen printing?  Tshirt screen printing is all fun and trendy! As long as you have a good printing machine and printing inks to give a boost to your DIY printing, you can create awesome t-shirts for you and your people.  No matter if you want to do screen printing for fun at home or seeking to start a business, you will need a perfect screen printing starter kit to begin your adventure. However, selecting the right things for your DIY screen printing kit can get difficult due to the number of options...

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Choosing the Right Screen Printing Emulsion

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Your Mini Guide to Choose the Right Screen Printing Emulsion The journey to great screen printing begins with printing techniques, printing equipment, screen fabrics, and screen printing emulsion.  Understanding different types of screen printing emulsions and the one you are utilizing for your printing business is crucial to your print quality. Any wrong choice can disturb the quality of the result and hamper your productivity. For example, coating the screen might take you hours with a thick emulsion as well as increase your drying time. You cannot sit and say that the screen is drying when you need quality output...

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