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  1. Plastisol Transfers
    Hi all. We screenprint in house, lots of retail and sports teams. Been getting a lot of requests lately for custom and personalized designs in single pieces (think monograms and "Skippy's Grandma"). DTF is obviously an option, however I do not have the time/labor for maintenance to bring DTF in...
  2. Screen Printing
    I’m pretty new to screenprinting and am having an issue with my tshirts. I’m using speedball water based ink and a 110 speedball screen with a rectangular cutoff squeegee. After I print, I’m using a heat press set at 350 degrees and have been experimenting with pressing anywhere from 30 sec to...
  3. Screen Printing
    Hi there, The business I work at uses an Epson Surecolor t3270 to print our positives for screen printing. Lately, we have noticed little drops of black ink off to the side of the image (see image below) that follows the path of the print. We have followed the manuals recommendations in regards...
  4. Screen Printing
    I have searched. and searched. AND searched, and can not find who the manufacturer is for these clear film screen print transfers. Mainly seen being used by Wild & Gorgeous Screens, and DIYTransfers. Check them out on Tik Tok if you’re not sure who or what i’m talking about. They seem to use the...
  5. Screen Printing
    There are new vendors popping up with these plastisol ink digital screen print transfers on clear carrier sheets. I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find a manufacturer that can produce these types of screens? They are saying that this is “new technology”.
  6. Screen Printing
    Hi There! I have searched high and low. Can anyone tell me where to find a manufacturer for clear film screenprint transfers? I am looking for the hot peel kind. I have samples from supacolor but I am looking for a different company. Please Help! Thanks so much!
  7. Referrals and Recommendations
    Looking for a online screen printing service, something similar to ooshirts. I print my own small batches but when it's above my capabilities, I use them for the larger orders. However they've been so very unreliable recently. Anyone have any suggestions? TIA
  8. T-Shirt Articles
    Hey guys, I found this very useful video for those of you who want to learn screen printing yourselves. Hope it helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwfbFZ98uMs
  9. T-Shirt Articles
    It's easy to determine the optimum exposure time for a system even if you don't have an exposure calculator such as the Stouffer strip. Commercial exposure calculators are neutral density filters that allow specific percentages of the light to pass through so that you get a range of exposures...
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