thanx. Well, the hard work is doing what it's supposed to. We are still very small (150k prints last year) and still reinvesting all the money into the business. It will be few years before it really starts paying off.Saw your article in Impressions and some stuff on the web. Very inspiring your story is. Hard work looks like it is paying off over there. Do you guys print more waterbased/discharge than plastisol?
the honest answer is "I don't know!" Just like most other ppl, we are struggling with this. My absolutely best white is when we do two strokes through a 230, flash and than two strokes again. It is smooth as paper and barely any thicker. The problem is, it would require two flashes, extra screen and two strokes to get it done. All of these slow down production and increase the cost. So just as you, I am still looking for an answer. . .Hey Pierre, I have one question for you looking for some advice. Printing on darks. How do I get good opacity with not having the bullet proof feel? I usually use IC or Rutland white. I print just about every color through 166 mesh. Any advice or tips for the future? Great work once again btw!