• Screen Print vs. DTG (Direct-to-Garment) Print

    While there are a lot of printing methods out there, DTG (direct-to-garment) printing and screen printing seem to be competing for most popular. So we teamed up with our friends at Shirt Agency and compared the two, very different print processes using the exact same graphic. Find out more on our blog, Beyond the Blank: http://bit.ly/2tl8hor Want to try BELLA+CANVAS product yourself? Create an account here: http://bit.ly/2vmsXP1 https://www.bellacanvas.com https://shirtagency.com

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Starting A Clothing Line | Screen Printing vs DTG Printing

    (Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment Printing) In this video, I talk about the 2 of the most popular printing methods used to print t-shirts for your clothing line/brand: Direct To Garment Printing (DTG Printing) and Screen Printing. I also compare samples using each method and reveal what I like and don't like about screen printing and direct to garment printing. At the end of the video, I let you know which one I personally use and recommend. As always, If you have any questions or want me to expand on anything, drop me a comment below. Like I said in the video, I 'll always do my best to answer every question. Thanks for watching! If you found any of the information helpful, please hit the like button and subscribe for future content! RESOURCES: * Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator http...

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment

    http://moodyteesmt.com Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment 0:01 - Intro 0:09 - Today's video I want to go over the pro's and con's of screen printing vs direct to garment printing. 0:15 - This could be a 2-3 hour video because there are so many things I could go into about each process. 0:37 - (Slides Beginning) 0:54 - If you don't know what direct to garment is, it is basically a printer that is modified to give it the ability to spray water-base ink on to a t-shirt. 1:23 - Direct to Garment (DTG) pro's and con's slide. 6:53 - Screen Printing pro's and con's slide. 12:40 - Screen printing vs Direct to Garment conclusion slide. 12:45 - If you have a small quantity of shirts, a design with lots of colors, you need them quick or you want to have print on demand capabilities and you don't ...

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • Direct Screen Printing on Mugs

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  • Digital Screen Making for t shirt, t-Shirt screen printing, easy registration

    For more information visit http://www.texgraff.com/ Screen making has never been so easy bring your screen printing into the digital age with no need for chemicals, water or emulsion. Revolutionary digital screen making process consistent, detailed & accurate thermal technology. Riso Goccopro QS200 Digital Screen Making Machine for Silk Screen printing. A2 wide (42cm x 62cm) image size + Accurate Registration.

    published: 08 Jun 2015
  • Screen Printing Process From Start To Finish, Thanks To Ryonet!

    PLEASE GET THE DESCRIPTION DETAILS AND ANSWERS BY VIEWING THIS VIDEO AND SUBSCRIBING HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcqXlZM9YBI

    published: 15 Nov 2012
  • Screen Print your own t-shirts // How-To

    Links to everything you need to screen print your own t-shirts: http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/how-to-screen-print-your-own-t-shirts Visit Casper.com/make and use the code MAKE for $50 off Here's what you'll need: (purchasing via these affiliate links supports ILTMS) Photo Emulsion Kit (includes emulsion remover) - http://amzn.to/1JxIf3e Screen Printing Ink (white) - http://amzn.to/1bzCCTH Squeegee (multiple sizes) - http://amzn.to/1IiZ5S0 Aluminum Screen (20"x24") - http://amzn.to/1Fukkzo Palette Knife - http://amzn.to/1bzDcAY Blank t-shirts - http://amzn.to/1zjGhAl MORE PROJECTS, POSTS AND EVENTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com Want to support ILTMS? There are lots of ways .. find out more at http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/support BUY A SHIRT, STICKER OR A HANDMADE ITEM!! http://...

    published: 04 May 2015
  • Kudhinda Fabrics - Screen Printing.

    Welcome to Kudhinda. Website - http://www.kudhinda.co.zw Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kudhinda This is the screen printing process that happens daily in our factory in Harare. Layers of rainbow colours applied with skill and patience to build the distinctive Kudhinda designs from the colour mixing, by eye, to the final delicate touch ups, this labour intensive process can take up to 6 hours to produce 15 meters of Kudhinda printed fabric. The layering of colours on each screen by hand, cannot be achieved by any other print method. It is uniquely – Kudhinda.

    published: 19 Oct 2014
  • How to screen print t-shirts at home (DIY method) | CharliMarieTV

    An in-depth explanation of how to screen print your own t-shirts talking through how to expose your screens, and how to use them. Get the PDF guide when you submit your email on this page: http://www.charlimarie.com/screen-printing This is a long video for a reason! There is a lot involved with the DIY screen printing process and I've tried to explain it step by step as well as possible. Hopefully this video will be a great resource for anyone wanting to start their own t-shirt company, print t-shirts for fun, or even just learn more about how the screen printing process works. I've created a screen-printing guide to go along with this video that gives you clearly written, step-by-step instructions for how to go about making your own frames, exposing your screen, and printing your t-shi...

    published: 08 Nov 2015
  • T-shirt Factory Thailand, Screen Printing Thailand, Thai T-shirt Factory, T-shirt Thailand

    T-shirt Factory Thailand is your one stop solution for screen printing in Thailand. Visit www.tshirtfactorythailand.com and start screen printing your custom t-shirts in Thailand today! We are a direct manufacturer of custom t-shirts based in Thailand.

    published: 19 Sep 2013
  • Polyprint's Texjet Plus Advanced DTG Printer - Screen & Digital Mix

    Amaya Sales UK are happy to introduce the perfect combination of screen and digital printing, now available at an affordable cost! The new add-ons to the Texjet Plus advanced will allow screen printers across the country to combine Screen Printing with Digital Printing, generating high production at a low cost. Experience all the advantages of direct to garment digital printing at the cost and productivity of the screen printing method! Read more about it here: http://www.amayauk.com/blog/Printing/2015/05/18-texjetscreenprinting

    published: 28 May 2015
  • How To Print Direct To Garment With The Epson F2000 DTG Printer

    Check out the Epson F2000 here: https://goo.gl/M9Mqps Transcript: Have you ever wondered how those beautiful, high detail, full color designs get onto t-shirts? Well, as most of you know, screen printing them is one way. Shirts are printed as ink is squeegeed through a screen onto a garment. Screen printing is a craft, production friendly and has passed the test of time. Another option for t-shirt printing is direct to garment printing. Direct to garment or DTG is when a digital printer such as this Epson F2000 prints, you guessed it, directly onto a garment, digitally. It requires no screens, no mess, and minimal space. Sound easy enough? It can be if you do it right and use it for the right type of job. Let’s start there, the job. Direct to garment caters to short run ...

    published: 21 Jun 2016
  • CMYK Silkscreen Printing Technic

    Cetak t-shirt Direct Factory, bendera, headband, topi, bag,lanyard, button badges dan pelbagai premium item - bantuan / pertanyaan, sila hubungi kami di talian 03-89127163 (Bangi), 03-8953 0112 (Serdang) atau whatsapp ke 012-7868062 dan 012-922 2294.

    published: 20 Nov 2014
  • How To Screenprint: Make Screens Without Film

    Website: http://catspitproductionsllc.com/ Screenprinting: Learn How To Screen Print Tee Shirts At Home Screen Printing: Direct To Screen Filmless System The Imprinted Sportswear Show videos were made with a press pass and the permission of Nielsen. All exhibitors were willing participates. These videos are for educational purposes only and are not intended to be an advertisement or endorsement of any kind. Copyrights and trademarks are their respective owner's property and appear with their permission. All remarks made by the narrator are to be considered personal commentary only and are for educational or descriptive purposes. Some personal opinion may also be stated. Personal names of individuals stated are for credit purposes only. Please visit catspitproductionsllc.com an...

    published: 13 Dec 2010
  • T Shirt Printing Options: Iron-on, Screenprint, DTG - 530 S 4th St #2, Philadelphia, PA 19147

    if you are looking into having custom t-shirts made, there are a lot of different options. For the average person, choosing the right option can sometimes get a little confusing. In this video, we will explore three different printing processes: IRON-ON, SCREENPRINTING, and DIRECT TO GARMENT… or DTG for short. Each process has it’s own set of pros and cons. Hopefully, this video will help you decide which one best suits your needs. Let’s first take a look at IRON-ON. The easiest DIY way is to print a design on transfer paper with any old printer and apply it to a product with a high heat source, like an iron - hence the name! Cut vinyl is often used instead for commercial use to achieve higher quality and durability. Now, for a look at SCREENPRINTING. Screenprinting is a process ...

    published: 17 Jan 2016
  • Computer-To-Screen Imaging Device - Lawson ExpressJet/CTS Inkjet Printer

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIj68BeuVNQ The high-speed Lawson Express Jet CTS Computer-to-Screen ink jet printer eliminates the need for film and reduces exposure time. Print your positives directly to an emulsion coated screen. If you are looking to optimize your daily screen output this machine will be a perfect fit in your screen printing shop. This machine also can accomplish near perfect registration with an additional screen registration system. Features of our Computer-To-Screen printer include: Simple and Easy Use Large 20" x 28" Image Area Use Screens Sized Up To 25" x 36" Screen Frame Lock-In Air Clamping 3-Point Registration Compatible Fastest Bi-Directional Printing In The Industry Print Up To 85 Line Halftones Bulk Ink System RIP Software Included Find out more...

    published: 11 Oct 2012
  • i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging Unit - CTS - M&R Screen Printing Equipment

    M&R's i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging System uses specially-formulated i-Pak water-based UV-blocking ink and advanced high-resolution inkjet technology to quickly generate opaque images on emulsion-coated screens. Computer-to-screen images are superior to traditional film positives, delivering greater detail and smoother halftone transitions. And since i-Image ST generates the image directly on the screen, there's no need for vacuum hold-down during the exposure process. This, coupled with the fact that light doesn't have to penetrate layers of film and glass, can reduce exposure time up to half. i-Image ST also eliminates the need for costly film positives, as well as the space and labor required to store and retrieve them. Because the image information is digital, it's easy to stor...

    published: 25 Jun 2013
  • ND101-M Screen Printing Press Assembly - Commercial Bargains Inc

    Here is a helpful video showing how to assemble the ND101-M Screen Printing Press. If you would like more information on this product visit our website https://www.commercialbargains.com Direct Link to Product: https://www.commercialbargains.com/products/1-color-1-station-silk-screen-commercial-printing-press-machine-blue-nd101-m

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • The M&R Digital Squeegee® Hybrid Printing System - Direct-to-Garment (DTG) w/Screen Printing

    A preview of the newest digital technology from M&R. The Digital Squeegee® Hybrid Printing system was shown for the first time at the Long Beach Imprinted Sportswear Show on January 20, 2017. It is shown here mounted on a Stryker Oval Screen Printing Press, but it can be mounted on newer M&R carousel screen printing presses like the Sportsman EX, Gauntlet III and Challenger III. The system allows the combination of standard and specialty screen printing inks and techniques with 4-color CMYK direct-to-garment digital printing. The Digital Squeegee® operates at standard screen printing speeds and doesn't require pre-treatment of any kind on black or white shirts to achieve incredibly bright and vibrant colors. The prints can be cured in standard gas screen printing conveyor dryers at speeds ...

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Screen Printing on paper / Detailed Printing

    RISO GOCCOPRO 100 Digital Screen Maker is the cutting edge technology in computer to screen. Imaged screens are created in one step thru direct exposure on thermally sensitive mesh via Thermal Technology eliminating the use of photo emulsion, film positives, water and darkroom. Operation is extremely easy. No technical skills required, no RIP softwares, will work with PC and Mac, accepts even common filetypes: DOC or PDF files, 600DPI resolution and pinhole free screens. Perfect setup for home, office, personal or small businesses. GoccoPro100 unit is lightweight and portable making it the most clever, clean and cost effective solution for screen making. GoccoPro screens are universal. Imaged screens will work with any water based inks, plastisol inks, solvent based inks (epoxy, vinyls...

    published: 13 Dec 2015
  • What's the Best T-Shirt for Direct to Garment Printers?

    What's the best shirt for (DTG) Direct to Garment printers? Welcome to BelQuette University, today's lesson? Shirts. We're going to show you how to choose the right shirt for #DTG printers / direct to garment printing. Check out our newest series BQ Quick Tips for more useful Tips & Tricks https://goo.gl/ToShK2 For more information on BelQuette's products contact 1-877-202-0886 or visit http://www.belquette.com/ Make sure to subscribe to our Social Media sites for the latest news and the newest videos! See behind the scenes photos and the latest special offers! FACEBOOK http://www.belquette.com/bqfb INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/belquette TWITTER http://www.belquette.com/bqtw Visit our store for everything you need! From heat presses to pretreat to kraft paper, we g...

    published: 23 Sep 2015
  • Screen Printing vs Heat Transfers: Cost, Time, Profit

    As a garment decorator, you have two primary methods of doing business – screen printing and heat transfers. Stahls’ performed a time study to find out how long it took to complete a job of 6 with screen printing vs heat transfer . For this test we used a 2-color design and left chest placement. **Screen Printing** Screen printing has a far longer set up time. In order to print the design you have to: - Create and expose the screen - Wash and dry - Prep the screen - Register - Print Altogether, the process of printing the 6-shirt job takes 38 minutes with screen printing. Without labor, the cost of screen printing per design comes out to $6.67. Now let’s take a look at heat transfer printing. **Heat Transfer Printing** Here are the steps required to apply a design to a garment using ...

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • How To Screen Print: How to coat emulsion for high build screen printing.

    How To Coat High Build Emulsions / Ultra Thick Stencils: Ultra thick stencils are often required in textile printing to help deposit a high ink layer for special effects such as 3D printing, High Density Printing or suede leather effects. The key to creating these ultra thick stencils is to first choose a high solids, one pot emulsion such as PLUS 9000 as this will give the maximum build, for the minimum numbers of coats. PLUS 9000 is also photographically fast as it is very important that these ultra thick stencils are fully exposed. One of the biggest problems is how to coat a thick emulsion layer but prevent it from sagging when it is wet. The secret to success is to 'skin' the emulsion on the print side to hold the emulsion as the thickness is built up. The emulsion is 'skinned' by bl...

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • How to guide on profitable Direct to Garment Printing

    This is a behind the scenes how to guide on how direct to garment digital printing is done. We unveil our factory and printer and give you step by step instructions. This is the Kornit Storm 2 printer with dual pallets. DTG prefers to print on 100% cotton t-shirts for a crisp colofrul design..The ink is 100% water based and EPA friendly. No nasty chemicals like you would find from screenprinting plastisol inks. There are no screens involved so the setup process is very simple an inexpensive. This process is perfect if you have a webstore and wanting to sell multiple designs with small inventory on hand. Artists can be creative and sell their work online and be very profitable. If you are a geat artist or want to start a t-shirt line DTG is the way to go. You should first start by contracti...

    published: 05 Feb 2013
  • How To Screenprint Direct To Garment Tee Shirt Printer

    published: 21 May 2012
  • Young's Screenprinting & Embroidery Direct to Garment Printing

    published: 16 Apr 2013
  • Vastex C-1000 Semi automatic emulsion coater at Mind's Eye Graphics

    Vastex C-1000 semi automatic emulsion coater as used at Mind's Eye Graphics. Quick, repeatable, teachable user friendly coater of screenprinting direct emulsions of all types. 45 second cycle time with theoretical yield of coating 60 plus screens per hour when you take refilling coater every 4 screens into calculation

    published: 01 Feb 2016
  • Direct to Garment printing is criminal The Screenprinters Episode 36

    published: 03 Jan 2015
  • How To Screenprint Bottles, Cups, Mugs, Cylinders With Only A Screen

    http://CatspitScreenPrintSupply.com/ In this experimental tutorial screenprinting video you'll learn all about how flexible and dynamic the screen printing process is. In this fun demonstration we will use nothing more than a screen, a squeegee and some ink to print cylindrical objects like cups, bottles, mugs, tins, and more. This is a very cool example of how universal the screenprinting process is. With the correct ink and curing methods almost anything can be screen printed. Follow along as Jonathan discusses this process and even shares his thoughts on where screenprinting is headed and how direct to garment DTG will affect us. Is screen printing dead? Will there be a market for manually screen printed products locally in the future? Hear what we have to say in this educational video...

    published: 01 May 2014
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Screen Print vs. DTG (Direct-to-Garment) Print

Screen Print vs. DTG (Direct-to-Garment) Print

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While there are a lot of printing methods out there, DTG (direct-to-garment) printing and screen printing seem to be competing for most popular. So we teamed up with our friends at Shirt Agency and compared the two, very different print processes using the exact same graphic. Find out more on our blog, Beyond the Blank: http://bit.ly/2tl8hor Want to try BELLA+CANVAS product yourself? Create an account here: http://bit.ly/2vmsXP1 https://www.bellacanvas.com https://shirtagency.com
https://wn.com/Screen_Print_Vs._Dtg_(Direct_To_Garment)_Print
Starting A Clothing Line | Screen Printing vs DTG Printing

Starting A Clothing Line | Screen Printing vs DTG Printing

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(Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment Printing) In this video, I talk about the 2 of the most popular printing methods used to print t-shirts for your clothing line/brand: Direct To Garment Printing (DTG Printing) and Screen Printing. I also compare samples using each method and reveal what I like and don't like about screen printing and direct to garment printing. At the end of the video, I let you know which one I personally use and recommend. As always, If you have any questions or want me to expand on anything, drop me a comment below. Like I said in the video, I 'll always do my best to answer every question. Thanks for watching! If you found any of the information helpful, please hit the like button and subscribe for future content! RESOURCES: * Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator http://bit.ly/2l25Cft * Fiverr (Freelance Designers - Logos, Products, Websites, Etc...) http://bit.ly/2kbjjJR * Freelancer (Freelance Designers - Logos, Products, Websites, Etc...) http://bit.ly/2lrHMKP * Shopify (E-commerce Website Platform) http://bit.ly/2iv3Bo9 * WooCommerce (E-commerce Website Platform) http://bit.ly/29q9WBs * SiteGround (Website Hosting) http://bit.ly/2htOERv * Amazon Prime 30 Day Trial (Free 2-Day Shipping For Clothing Brand Supplies) http://amzn.to/2kxLt1x LINKS: L3 Apparel (My Clothing Brand): http://l3apparel.com/ EDMerica: http://edmerica.us/ Daily Dose Of Stoke: http://dailydoseofstoke.com/ JBM Visuals (Personal Freelance Site): http://jbmvisuals.com/ ABOUT ME: My name is Jeremy McWilliams and I am the founder/owner of clothing brand: L3 Apparel, Electronic Dance Music blog: EDMerica, and entertainment website: Daily Dose Of Stoke. After graduating from college in 2011, I quickly came to the realization that corporate America was not for me. This is my pursuit of the Limitless Life. Welcome to my journey. CONTACT: If you're interested in working with me, feel free to contact me through my personal freelance website at JBMvisuals.com or send an e-mail to emceewilliams@gmail.com.
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Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment

Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment

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http://moodyteesmt.com Screen Printing vs Direct To Garment 0:01 - Intro 0:09 - Today's video I want to go over the pro's and con's of screen printing vs direct to garment printing. 0:15 - This could be a 2-3 hour video because there are so many things I could go into about each process. 0:37 - (Slides Beginning) 0:54 - If you don't know what direct to garment is, it is basically a printer that is modified to give it the ability to spray water-base ink on to a t-shirt. 1:23 - Direct to Garment (DTG) pro's and con's slide. 6:53 - Screen Printing pro's and con's slide. 12:40 - Screen printing vs Direct to Garment conclusion slide. 12:45 - If you have a small quantity of shirts, a design with lots of colors, you need them quick or you want to have print on demand capabilities and you don't care about longevity or durability of the print, then use Direct to Garment. 13:01 - If you have large quantity of shirts, want to use specialty inks, need a special print location and you care about longevity or durability of the print, then use Screen Printing. 13:18 - MoodyTees™ has a strict policy vs quantity, and this is why we strictly use Screen Printing for our process. We have also developed and mastered CMYK printing which allows us to print unlimited colors in any design, which eliminates the need for the use of DTG. As tee shirt lovers we want our shirts and the prints to last for decades. Being old school tee shirt fanatics we will always use the longest lasting printing technique of Screen Printing. 13:54 - In the end ask yourself "Do you want a microwaved meal, or a nice home baked meal?" A quote from Moody's mentor D. Harmon. 14:26 - Hope those tips helped you out and I hoped you learned something about screen printing and direct to garment printing. Watch more Tuesday's T-Shirt Tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urU5K9CpiCE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PuK68Uw3Oc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZq9Kpv3qQA
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Direct Screen Printing on Mugs

Direct Screen Printing on Mugs

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Digital Screen Making for t shirt, t-Shirt screen printing, easy registration

Digital Screen Making for t shirt, t-Shirt screen printing, easy registration

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For more information visit http://www.texgraff.com/ Screen making has never been so easy bring your screen printing into the digital age with no need for chemicals, water or emulsion. Revolutionary digital screen making process consistent, detailed & accurate thermal technology. Riso Goccopro QS200 Digital Screen Making Machine for Silk Screen printing. A2 wide (42cm x 62cm) image size + Accurate Registration.
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Screen Printing Process From Start To Finish, Thanks To Ryonet!

Screen Printing Process From Start To Finish, Thanks To Ryonet!

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PLEASE GET THE DESCRIPTION DETAILS AND ANSWERS BY VIEWING THIS VIDEO AND SUBSCRIBING HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcqXlZM9YBI
https://wn.com/Screen_Printing_Process_From_Start_To_Finish,_Thanks_To_Ryonet
Screen Print your own t-shirts // How-To

Screen Print your own t-shirts // How-To

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Links to everything you need to screen print your own t-shirts: http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/how-to-screen-print-your-own-t-shirts Visit Casper.com/make and use the code MAKE for $50 off Here's what you'll need: (purchasing via these affiliate links supports ILTMS) Photo Emulsion Kit (includes emulsion remover) - http://amzn.to/1JxIf3e Screen Printing Ink (white) - http://amzn.to/1bzCCTH Squeegee (multiple sizes) - http://amzn.to/1IiZ5S0 Aluminum Screen (20"x24") - http://amzn.to/1Fukkzo Palette Knife - http://amzn.to/1bzDcAY Blank t-shirts - http://amzn.to/1zjGhAl MORE PROJECTS, POSTS AND EVENTS http://www.iliketomakestuff.com Want to support ILTMS? There are lots of ways .. find out more at http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/support BUY A SHIRT, STICKER OR A HANDMADE ITEM!! http://www.iliketomakestuff.com/store FOLLOW: http://facebook.com/iltms http://twitter.com/iliketomakestuf http://instagram.com/iliketomakestuff Screen printing is a fantastic way to cheaply make branded items, or even one off custom pieces. Need a silly t-shirt to surprise a friend with? Printing it yourself is the cheapest way to make that happen! Kids can even get the hang of printing VERY quickly and be apart of the entire process, which is awesome! Here are a few things that I didn’t cover in the video that I think will give you better results. Use high dpi screens. These provide finer detail, and have significantly improved my prints. Have someone hold your frame so that you can use two hands to evenly pull the squeegee. If you don’t have access to a dryer for heat setting, you can cover the print with a piece of paper and iron it for a minute. If using a dark material, look for an ink labeled “super opaque”. You’ll get a brighter colored print. You’ll need a screen and squeegee to start. Also, some photo emulsion for screen printing. Add water to the sensitizer, then mix it with the emulsion. Mix thoroughly until it’s an even green color. Pour just a small amount onto the screen. Use the squeegee to spread it evenly on both sides of the screen. Try to get even and full coverage by alternating directions and sides. Dry the emulsion in front of a fan and IN THE DARK. After it’s dry, quickly lay your artwork, backwards, on the back of the screen. You can print your art on transparencies at most office supplies stores or copy centers. Tape the art in place, then lay on a piece of glass to hold it against the screen. Apply a very bright light for 30-45 minutes. You can also use sunlight, but the time may vary depending on cloud cover and placement. The areas covered by your art do not get exposed when you remove the transparency. Use a light spray and soft toothbrush to wash out the unexposed emulsion. Be careful not to use too much force when spraying it out or you will remove emulsion around your design as well. Use painters tape to mask any areas that you don’t want to print yet, or areas where the emulsion isn’t intact. Layout your shirt on smooth, flat surface and remove wrinkles. Place your design where you want it to be printed. Lay a thick bead of ink above the art, extended past both ends. Be sure to add extra ink above large areas to be printed. Even though I’m working alone here, you’ll have better luck to have someone hold your screen, then use two hands to evenly pull the squeegee fully across your screen. Remove the screen and wash out all of the ink before it dries. After the ink dries, run your shirt through a clothes dryer for 5 minutes to heat set the print. The screens can be reused by cleaning them with emulsion remover. Spread a small amount across both sides of the screen. Then use a hose to wash out the emulsion until the screen is clean. Dark inks will stain the material of the screen, but this will not affect future prints. Just make sure to remove all of the emulsion. Second channel: bit.ly/iltms-2
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Kudhinda Fabrics - Screen Printing.

Kudhinda Fabrics - Screen Printing.

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Welcome to Kudhinda. Website - http://www.kudhinda.co.zw Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kudhinda This is the screen printing process that happens daily in our factory in Harare. Layers of rainbow colours applied with skill and patience to build the distinctive Kudhinda designs from the colour mixing, by eye, to the final delicate touch ups, this labour intensive process can take up to 6 hours to produce 15 meters of Kudhinda printed fabric. The layering of colours on each screen by hand, cannot be achieved by any other print method. It is uniquely – Kudhinda.
https://wn.com/Kudhinda_Fabrics_Screen_Printing.
How to screen print t-shirts at home (DIY method) | CharliMarieTV

How to screen print t-shirts at home (DIY method) | CharliMarieTV

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An in-depth explanation of how to screen print your own t-shirts talking through how to expose your screens, and how to use them. Get the PDF guide when you submit your email on this page: http://www.charlimarie.com/screen-printing This is a long video for a reason! There is a lot involved with the DIY screen printing process and I've tried to explain it step by step as well as possible. Hopefully this video will be a great resource for anyone wanting to start their own t-shirt company, print t-shirts for fun, or even just learn more about how the screen printing process works. I've created a screen-printing guide to go along with this video that gives you clearly written, step-by-step instructions for how to go about making your own frames, exposing your screen, and printing your t-shirt. Submit your email address in the form on the page linked at the top of the description box! Buy one of my t-shirts? http://linernotekids.storenvy.com // OTHER USEFUL VIDEOS T-shirt printing methods explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBM4f4BY4VI DIY custom clothing labels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6K9pEEDlmo Screen printing essentials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXruYt84OXM How to make your own screen printing frames: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcuTX770Z0g T-shirt business playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrJQSKQvgHS5I1V7SEtAPdcyW5Zj4b8kR // EQUIPMENT LINKS Pre-made frame http://amzn.to/1MQvZhb Diazo emulsion http://bit.ly/1ldAmXs Diazo sensitizer http://bit.ly/1GQYtoJ Squeegee http://amzn.to/1HARpHJ Water based screen printing ink http://amzn.to/1kiH3r7 Clamps http://amzn.to/1S9AJN3 ----------------------------------------------- // ABOUT ME Hello there! I'm Charli and I'm a web and graphic designer from New Zealand currently living in London and posting videos every Saturday about design, fashion/beauty and DIYs here on CharliMarieTV. Please subscribe and say hi in the comments so we can be friends :) ----------------------------------------------- // LINKS Sign up for my monthly update newsletter full of interesting videos, blog posts and websites: http://eepurl.com/bq2KU1 My blog: http://www.charlimarie.com My apparel company, Liner Note Kids: http://linernotekids.com/ My design portfolio: http://charliprangley.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/charliprangley Instagram: http://instagram.com/charliprangley Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/charlimarieTV My sister SmayJay's channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHwfFu023JtowO8sL_ymoSg
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T-shirt Factory Thailand, Screen Printing Thailand, Thai T-shirt Factory, T-shirt Thailand

T-shirt Factory Thailand, Screen Printing Thailand, Thai T-shirt Factory, T-shirt Thailand

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T-shirt Factory Thailand is your one stop solution for screen printing in Thailand. Visit www.tshirtfactorythailand.com and start screen printing your custom t-shirts in Thailand today! We are a direct manufacturer of custom t-shirts based in Thailand.
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Polyprint's Texjet Plus Advanced DTG Printer - Screen & Digital Mix

Polyprint's Texjet Plus Advanced DTG Printer - Screen & Digital Mix

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Amaya Sales UK are happy to introduce the perfect combination of screen and digital printing, now available at an affordable cost! The new add-ons to the Texjet Plus advanced will allow screen printers across the country to combine Screen Printing with Digital Printing, generating high production at a low cost. Experience all the advantages of direct to garment digital printing at the cost and productivity of the screen printing method! Read more about it here: http://www.amayauk.com/blog/Printing/2015/05/18-texjetscreenprinting
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How To Print Direct To Garment With The Epson F2000 DTG Printer

How To Print Direct To Garment With The Epson F2000 DTG Printer

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Check out the Epson F2000 here: https://goo.gl/M9Mqps Transcript: Have you ever wondered how those beautiful, high detail, full color designs get onto t-shirts? Well, as most of you know, screen printing them is one way. Shirts are printed as ink is squeegeed through a screen onto a garment. Screen printing is a craft, production friendly and has passed the test of time. Another option for t-shirt printing is direct to garment printing. Direct to garment or DTG is when a digital printer such as this Epson F2000 prints, you guessed it, directly onto a garment, digitally. It requires no screens, no mess, and minimal space. Sound easy enough? It can be if you do it right and use it for the right type of job. Let’s start there, the job. Direct to garment caters to short run jobs with full color artwork on basic cotton or poly blend garments. So if your customer brings you this logo and wants 500 of them, You’re going to be better off screen printing it, but if they only want 36 of them, now we’re talking dtg! Unlike screen printers, DTG printers print only a small amount of ink, they also lay down an extreme amount of detail, this means the better quality shirt you print on, the better your print will look. I recommend combed cotton or poly cotton blends commonly known as ringspun shirts, like this Next Level shirt you see here. Avoid heavy, rough cotton low cost shirts as well as dark polyester or polyester blends which will dye migrate. Next we need to pre-treat the shirt, this is an easy step and typically done with a machine, pre-treatment mats the shirt fibers together and gives a base for the print to stand up on, for dark garments, it also chemically sets the white under base so you can print color on top of it. Once you spray the pre-treatment, we tap it with a heat press to matt the fibers down for about 35 seconds at 350 degrees. Once pre-treated I can load the garment onto my epson printer and apply the hoop to smooth out the garment onto the print platen. Next let’s jump into my Epson Garment Creator and drag in my artwork. Once it is centered and placed I simply hit print to my Epson F2000 RIP which is friendly to Mac and PC. The rip converts all of my important color data and detail and makes it compatible with the DTG ink set used in the Epson F2000. The printer receives the information, loads the shirt, and starts printing. On this dark garment it prints the white under base first and then cycles back through to print the color overprint. With this 10x12” design it took us 3 minutes to print and we used approximately $ of ink. After our print is done we can set the ink either in a heat press for around a minute or down a large convection conveyor dryer which works great if you have a lot of these printers going at once. And there you have it, start to finish, we have a shirt in a matter of a few minutes. Direct to garmenting could be a perfect solution if you have customers needing shorter runs, higher color work. The Epson F2000 is manufactured and supported directly by Epson, it’s easy to use, setup, maintain and very affordable. To learn more visit check it out on ScreenPrinting.com and be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel for more videos on garment decoration. Check out our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ryonet Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @Ryonet
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CMYK Silkscreen Printing Technic

CMYK Silkscreen Printing Technic

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Cetak t-shirt Direct Factory, bendera, headband, topi, bag,lanyard, button badges dan pelbagai premium item - bantuan / pertanyaan, sila hubungi kami di talian 03-89127163 (Bangi), 03-8953 0112 (Serdang) atau whatsapp ke 012-7868062 dan 012-922 2294.
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How To Screenprint: Make Screens Without Film

How To Screenprint: Make Screens Without Film

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Website: http://catspitproductionsllc.com/ Screenprinting: Learn How To Screen Print Tee Shirts At Home Screen Printing: Direct To Screen Filmless System The Imprinted Sportswear Show videos were made with a press pass and the permission of Nielsen. All exhibitors were willing participates. These videos are for educational purposes only and are not intended to be an advertisement or endorsement of any kind. Copyrights and trademarks are their respective owner's property and appear with their permission. All remarks made by the narrator are to be considered personal commentary only and are for educational or descriptive purposes. Some personal opinion may also be stated. Personal names of individuals stated are for credit purposes only. Please visit catspitproductionsllc.com and take advantage of the free screen printing educational materials. The website is being designed to support and supplement the YouTube educational videos. The website will contain all the information not in the videos and more. Screen Printing Supplies: 5% to 15% off List! http://catspitproductionsllc.com/screenprintingsupplies.aspx You will find the definition to the following screen printing terms on the website: Screen Emulsion Scoop coater Light Table or Exposure Unit Artwork Coverage Mesh or Fabric Mesh Count Frame Newton Halftone Stencil Thickness Durometer Plastisol Ink Film or Film Positive Substrate Vacuum Cured Emulsion Water Soluble Washout Booth Flood and Stroke Belt Dryer Cured Ink Flash Cure Spray Adhesive Pick Up Resolution Printing Wet Under Base Registration Pre Shrinking Light Table or Exposure Unit Vacuum Blanket Color Composite Outline Continuous Tones Halftone or Grayscale Four Color Process Spot Color Spot And Dot "Printer" or Platen Knocked Out Crest Degrease Abrade Mesh Prep or Degreaser Micro Grit Scoop coater Stirring Stick Substrate Side Ink Well Learn and read all about: screen printing screenprint screenprinting silkscreen silk heat transfers tee tees shirts t shirt t-shirt how to print garments textile supplies equipment tutorial educational at home learn make your own howto diy do it yourself craft crafts video videos serigrafía impresión Serigrafía transferencias de calor Siebdruck Siebdruck Wärmeübergänge l'impression en sérigraphie Sérigraphie transferts de chaleur шелкография переводов шелкография тепла sutra layar cetak 丝网印刷传热 Royalty Free Music Credits: "Blue Sizzle, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ All artwork owned by Catspit Productions, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2010.
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T Shirt Printing Options: Iron-on, Screenprint, DTG - 530 S 4th St #2, Philadelphia, PA 19147

T Shirt Printing Options: Iron-on, Screenprint, DTG - 530 S 4th St #2, Philadelphia, PA 19147

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if you are looking into having custom t-shirts made, there are a lot of different options. For the average person, choosing the right option can sometimes get a little confusing. In this video, we will explore three different printing processes: IRON-ON, SCREENPRINTING, and DIRECT TO GARMENT… or DTG for short. Each process has it’s own set of pros and cons. Hopefully, this video will help you decide which one best suits your needs. Let’s first take a look at IRON-ON. The easiest DIY way is to print a design on transfer paper with any old printer and apply it to a product with a high heat source, like an iron - hence the name! Cut vinyl is often used instead for commercial use to achieve higher quality and durability. Now, for a look at SCREENPRINTING. Screenprinting is a process in which ink is applied to the product in layers, one color at a time. This technique is old but good, and is still widely used today! And, finally, let’s take a look at DIRECT TO GARMENT. The preferred choice here at Inkster, DTG is a more modern printing process in which printers apply ink directly to the garment (the name’s pretty straight forward). The ink sinks in and actually dyes the fabric of the product! Thank you so much for watching. I hope we were able help decide which printing process is right for you. If you have any more questions, you can e-mail us or even stop by… we’re always glad to help. www.inksterprints.com - No Minimum 530 S 4th St #2, Philadelphia, PA 19147
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Computer-To-Screen Imaging Device - Lawson ExpressJet/CTS Inkjet Printer

Computer-To-Screen Imaging Device - Lawson ExpressJet/CTS Inkjet Printer

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIj68BeuVNQ The high-speed Lawson Express Jet CTS Computer-to-Screen ink jet printer eliminates the need for film and reduces exposure time. Print your positives directly to an emulsion coated screen. If you are looking to optimize your daily screen output this machine will be a perfect fit in your screen printing shop. This machine also can accomplish near perfect registration with an additional screen registration system. Features of our Computer-To-Screen printer include: Simple and Easy Use Large 20" x 28" Image Area Use Screens Sized Up To 25" x 36" Screen Frame Lock-In Air Clamping 3-Point Registration Compatible Fastest Bi-Directional Printing In The Industry Print Up To 85 Line Halftones Bulk Ink System RIP Software Included Find out more about the Lawson Express Jet CTS Computer-to-Screen ink jet printer at http://www.lawsonsp.com/digital-equipment/express-jet-printers/express-jet-cts Visit Lawson Screen & Digital Products, Inc. at http://www.lawsonsp.com
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i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging Unit - CTS - M&R Screen Printing Equipment

i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging Unit - CTS - M&R Screen Printing Equipment

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M&R's i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging System uses specially-formulated i-Pak water-based UV-blocking ink and advanced high-resolution inkjet technology to quickly generate opaque images on emulsion-coated screens. Computer-to-screen images are superior to traditional film positives, delivering greater detail and smoother halftone transitions. And since i-Image ST generates the image directly on the screen, there's no need for vacuum hold-down during the exposure process. This, coupled with the fact that light doesn't have to penetrate layers of film and glass, can reduce exposure time up to half. i-Image ST also eliminates the need for costly film positives, as well as the space and labor required to store and retrieve them. Because the image information is digital, it's easy to store and quick to retrieve. Since i-Image ST is electrically operated, there's no need to locate it near pneumatic lines. The i-Image ST System includes computer, monitor, and M&R's proprietary RIP software. By providing complete control of print parameters, the RIP software ensures high-quality images at production-level speed. It provides full image scaling and positioning, has presets for common applications, and can be user-customized for specific art types and various mesh counts. Three i-Image ST models are available: i-Image ST 1, with one industrial printhead capable of processing up to 150 screens per 8-hour shift; i-Image ST 2, with two industrial printheads for processing up to 250 screens per shift; and i-Image ST 3, with three industrial printheads for processing up to 350 screens per shift. In fact, i-Image ST 3 can create a full-size image in as little as 30 seconds. All i-Image ST models process image areas up to 51 x 66 cm (20" x 26"), and accept most static and retensionable screen frames in sizes up to 66 x 91 cm (26" x 36"). And all i-Image STs are designed to fit through an 81 cm (32") doorway. Because they reduce screen-processing steps, minimize screen handling, and produce greater image accuracy, i-Image ST models are able to deliver fast, accurate, and cost-effective screen imaging. Screens for multicolor jobs are quickly generated in perfect registration. Coupled with the appropriately-sized Tri-Loc pallet, which quickly and accurately registers the screens on the press, the entire process—from screen imaging to the first finished print—is dramatically shortened, with registration time reduced up to 95%. In fact, the combination of i-Image ST and Tri-Loc results in the fastest, most accurate way to generate and register screens. Ruggedly designed, affordably priced, and backed by the world's largest network of service and support, i-Image ST is the ideal addition to any screen-printing operation. For more information about the i-Image ST Computer-to-Screen Imaging Unit , click here: http://www.mrprint.com/en/Screen%20Exposure%20Units%20&%20CTS%20Systems/CTS%20Computer-to-Screen%20Imaging%20Systems/Computer-to-Screen%20Imaging%20Units/i-IMAGE%20STE%20&%20ST%20CTS%20Imaging%20%20&%20Imaging-Exposure%20Systems?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Web&utm_content=i-Image_ST&utm_campaign=YouTube_desc
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ND101-M Screen Printing Press Assembly - Commercial Bargains Inc

ND101-M Screen Printing Press Assembly - Commercial Bargains Inc

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Here is a helpful video showing how to assemble the ND101-M Screen Printing Press. If you would like more information on this product visit our website https://www.commercialbargains.com Direct Link to Product: https://www.commercialbargains.com/products/1-color-1-station-silk-screen-commercial-printing-press-machine-blue-nd101-m
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The M&R Digital Squeegee® Hybrid Printing System - Direct-to-Garment (DTG) w/Screen Printing

The M&R Digital Squeegee® Hybrid Printing System - Direct-to-Garment (DTG) w/Screen Printing

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A preview of the newest digital technology from M&R. The Digital Squeegee® Hybrid Printing system was shown for the first time at the Long Beach Imprinted Sportswear Show on January 20, 2017. It is shown here mounted on a Stryker Oval Screen Printing Press, but it can be mounted on newer M&R carousel screen printing presses like the Sportsman EX, Gauntlet III and Challenger III. The system allows the combination of standard and specialty screen printing inks and techniques with 4-color CMYK direct-to-garment digital printing. The Digital Squeegee® operates at standard screen printing speeds and doesn't require pre-treatment of any kind on black or white shirts to achieve incredibly bright and vibrant colors. The prints can be cured in standard gas screen printing conveyor dryers at speeds close to those of regular platisol ink curing. The Digital Squeegee® will be launched in the 3rd quarter of 2017. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.mrprint.com, or call us at 800-736-6431.
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Screen Printing on paper / Detailed Printing

Screen Printing on paper / Detailed Printing

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RISO GOCCOPRO 100 Digital Screen Maker is the cutting edge technology in computer to screen. Imaged screens are created in one step thru direct exposure on thermally sensitive mesh via Thermal Technology eliminating the use of photo emulsion, film positives, water and darkroom. Operation is extremely easy. No technical skills required, no RIP softwares, will work with PC and Mac, accepts even common filetypes: DOC or PDF files, 600DPI resolution and pinhole free screens. Perfect setup for home, office, personal or small businesses. GoccoPro100 unit is lightweight and portable making it the most clever, clean and cost effective solution for screen making. GoccoPro screens are universal. Imaged screens will work with any water based inks, plastisol inks, solvent based inks (epoxy, vinyls etc) & UV curing inks. Cleanup is easy - no additional equipment needed. Screens can be easily dispose or keep and re-use. Screen printing has never been so easy, fun and exciting! For more information please contact or visit us at : web : www.texgraff.com e-mail : info@texgraff.com
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What's the Best T-Shirt for Direct to Garment Printers?

What's the Best T-Shirt for Direct to Garment Printers?

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What's the best shirt for (DTG) Direct to Garment printers? Welcome to BelQuette University, today's lesson? Shirts. We're going to show you how to choose the right shirt for #DTG printers / direct to garment printing. Check out our newest series BQ Quick Tips for more useful Tips & Tricks https://goo.gl/ToShK2 For more information on BelQuette's products contact 1-877-202-0886 or visit http://www.belquette.com/ Make sure to subscribe to our Social Media sites for the latest news and the newest videos! See behind the scenes photos and the latest special offers! FACEBOOK http://www.belquette.com/bqfb INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/belquette TWITTER http://www.belquette.com/bqtw Visit our store for everything you need! From heat presses to pretreat to kraft paper, we got it all https://www.belquette.com/store/ ** DTG MACHINES ** + MOD1 Direct to Garment Printer: https://goo.gl/ak9SQY + EDGE Pretreat Machine: https://goo.gl/1TRbRY ** PRETREAT SUPPLIES ** + Kraft Paper: https://goo.gl/ZMqU1O + Parchment Paper: https://goo.gl/c6IQnl + Teflon Sheets: https://goo.gl/kWc0GS ** PRETREAT ** + TreatsRite Pretreatment for Light Garments: https://goo.gl/c8ys7c + TreatsRite Pretreatment for Dark Garments: https://goo.gl/hiBq0Q + TreatsRite Polyester Pretreatment for Light Garments: https://goo.gl/9CZRBt ** HEAT PRESSES ** + Hotronix® Air FusionHeat Press: https://goo.gl/hk0gTE + Hotronix® Fusion™ Heat Press: https://goo.gl/SMUy5O + Hotronix® Hover Press: https://goo.gl/O14CXT + Hotronix® Auto-Open Clam: https://goo.gl/n38sKB + Hotronix® Cap Heat Press: https://goo.gl/zeRqBh ** HEAT PRESS SUPPLIES ** + Hotronix® Heat Press Caddie™: https://goo.gl/QK0aDe + Teflon Sheets: https://goo.gl/kWc0GS + Hotronix® 16x20 Upper Teflon Cover: https://goo.gl/ivDQzm + Hotronix® 16x20 Lower Teflon Cover: https://goo.gl/Yb27F2 ** PLATENS ** + Mod1 Adult Platen: https://goo.gl/KxMBU1 + Mod1 Hat Platen: https://goo.gl/64dCZQ + Mod1 Sleeve Platen: https://goo.gl/ovOzKQ + Mod1 Dual Sleeve Platen: https://goo.gl/kNQXqu + Mod1 Zippered Hoodie Platen: https://goo.gl/nFGgb0 + Mod1 Chest Platen: https://goo.gl/R7KKyv + Pocket Platen Attachment: https://goo.gl/dQAEVo ** PRINTSRITE BAGGED INK ** + PrintsRite 250mL Bag Ink Cyan: https://goo.gl/g52rPv + PrintsRite 250mL Bag Ink Magenta: https://goo.gl/QgEznp + PrintsRite 250mL Bag Ink Yellow: https://goo.gl/T7O6tv + PrintsRite 250mL Bag Ink Black: https://goo.gl/TxpvSN + PrintsRite 250mL Bag Ink White: https://goo.gl/HFKysZ + PrintsRite 500mL Bag Ink Cyan: https://goo.gl/WhkuHZ + PrintsRite 500mL Bag Ink Magenta: https://goo.gl/QH9ryx + PrintsRite 500mL Bag Ink Yellow: https://goo.gl/glhDQw + PrintsRite 500mL Bag Ink Black: https://goo.gl/xe0KOs + PrintsRite 500mL Bag Ink White: https://goo.gl/XOIkOo #tshirtprinting #dtg #screenprinting
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Screen Printing vs Heat Transfers: Cost, Time, Profit

Screen Printing vs Heat Transfers: Cost, Time, Profit

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As a garment decorator, you have two primary methods of doing business – screen printing and heat transfers. Stahls’ performed a time study to find out how long it took to complete a job of 6 with screen printing vs heat transfer . For this test we used a 2-color design and left chest placement. **Screen Printing** Screen printing has a far longer set up time. In order to print the design you have to: - Create and expose the screen - Wash and dry - Prep the screen - Register - Print Altogether, the process of printing the 6-shirt job takes 38 minutes with screen printing. Without labor, the cost of screen printing per design comes out to $6.67. Now let’s take a look at heat transfer printing. **Heat Transfer Printing** Here are the steps required to apply a design to a garment using a heat press: - Cut the design from a vinyl cutter - Weed the design - Apply with a heat press The same job took 21 minutes to complete using heat transfers. Without labor, the cost of heat transfers per design comes out to $0.45 **Cost with Labor** Now let’s factor labor in. With screen printing, most of the labor happens up front with setup. After setup the cost of labor falls considerably and the amount is amortized over the number of pieces that you make. With heat transfers, the same amount of labor is involved with each piece. **Screen printing and heat transfers go hand in hand** When you do a side-by-side comparison of cost with labor added, you’ll see that each method is well suited for specific types of jobs. Screen printing makes sense when the quantity is high enough because the quantity will outweigh the labor in set up. Smaller quantities are well-suited for heat printing, since the labor cost remains the same throughout. Heat applied graphics and screen printing go hand in hand, so in order to make the maximum profit for your business, you need to have access to both. The heat press featured in this video was the Hotronix Fusion heat press, available at: www.stahls.com/fusion-heat-press.
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How To Screen Print: How to coat emulsion for high build screen printing.

How To Screen Print: How to coat emulsion for high build screen printing.

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How To Coat High Build Emulsions / Ultra Thick Stencils: Ultra thick stencils are often required in textile printing to help deposit a high ink layer for special effects such as 3D printing, High Density Printing or suede leather effects. The key to creating these ultra thick stencils is to first choose a high solids, one pot emulsion such as PLUS 9000 as this will give the maximum build, for the minimum numbers of coats. PLUS 9000 is also photographically fast as it is very important that these ultra thick stencils are fully exposed. One of the biggest problems is how to coat a thick emulsion layer but prevent it from sagging when it is wet. The secret to success is to 'skin' the emulsion on the print side to hold the emulsion as the thickness is built up. The emulsion is 'skinned' by blowing a cold air fan onto the surface of the print side immediately after coating. This dries just the surface layer to form a skin. The wet emulsion layer underneath can then be increased by applying additional wet coats to the squeegee side to create the ultra thick stencil. A very coarse mesh is required, typically a 21 or 32/cm (51 - 81/inch) this has a large open area to create the maximum 'well volume' for the ink. Stencils of up to 300 microns can be produced without the need for intermediate drying. Top Tips: Coat slowly to reduce air bubles. Use a cold air fan to skin the emulsion on the print side. Rotate the screen through 180°. Apply as many coates as necessary. Dry the screen horizontally overnight. Make sure the screens are thoroughly dried before exposure. Make sure it's fully exposed. Do not under-expose the stencil. Washout the screen from the print side with a strong water spray. Do not pre-soak the screen before washout as this will soften the emulsion, making it easier to damage when wet.
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How to guide on profitable Direct to Garment Printing

How to guide on profitable Direct to Garment Printing

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This is a behind the scenes how to guide on how direct to garment digital printing is done. We unveil our factory and printer and give you step by step instructions. This is the Kornit Storm 2 printer with dual pallets. DTG prefers to print on 100% cotton t-shirts for a crisp colofrul design..The ink is 100% water based and EPA friendly. No nasty chemicals like you would find from screenprinting plastisol inks. There are no screens involved so the setup process is very simple an inexpensive. This process is perfect if you have a webstore and wanting to sell multiple designs with small inventory on hand. Artists can be creative and sell their work online and be very profitable. If you are a geat artist or want to start a t-shirt line DTG is the way to go. You should first start by contracting the printing out and once your sales get to a high level, you can invest in your own printer. Check out the video and if you have any questions about contracting your artwork out let us know at http://northwestembroidery.com. Looking forward to seeing some creative artwork, Erik.
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How To Screenprint Direct To Garment Tee Shirt Printer

How To Screenprint Direct To Garment Tee Shirt Printer

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Young's Screenprinting & Embroidery Direct to Garment Printing

Young's Screenprinting & Embroidery Direct to Garment Printing

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Vastex C-1000 Semi automatic emulsion coater at Mind's Eye Graphics

Vastex C-1000 Semi automatic emulsion coater at Mind's Eye Graphics

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Vastex C-1000 semi automatic emulsion coater as used at Mind's Eye Graphics. Quick, repeatable, teachable user friendly coater of screenprinting direct emulsions of all types. 45 second cycle time with theoretical yield of coating 60 plus screens per hour when you take refilling coater every 4 screens into calculation
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Direct to Garment printing is criminal    The Screenprinters   Episode 36

Direct to Garment printing is criminal The Screenprinters Episode 36

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How To Screenprint Bottles, Cups, Mugs, Cylinders With Only A Screen

How To Screenprint Bottles, Cups, Mugs, Cylinders With Only A Screen

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http://CatspitScreenPrintSupply.com/ In this experimental tutorial screenprinting video you'll learn all about how flexible and dynamic the screen printing process is. In this fun demonstration we will use nothing more than a screen, a squeegee and some ink to print cylindrical objects like cups, bottles, mugs, tins, and more. This is a very cool example of how universal the screenprinting process is. With the correct ink and curing methods almost anything can be screen printed. Follow along as Jonathan discusses this process and even shares his thoughts on where screenprinting is headed and how direct to garment DTG will affect us. Is screen printing dead? Will there be a market for manually screen printed products locally in the future? Hear what we have to say in this educational video suitable for anyone interested in how screen printing works. Check out our cool skull and bones bottles we temporarily made to show you this cool method. It's always guaranteed to be a good time when you learn how to screen print with Catspit Productions online. Screen Printing Equipment & Supplies - http://CatspitScreenPrintSupply.com/ Please Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/user/CatspitProductions Video Uploads: http://www.youtube.com/user/CatspitProductions/videos?view=0 Video Playlists: http://www.youtube.com/user/CatspitProductions/videos?flow=grid&view=1 Screen Printing Tutorial Website: http://www.catspitproductionsllc.com serigrafía impresión Serigrafía transferencias de calor Siebdruck Siebdruck Wärmeübergänge l'impression en sérigraphie Sérigraphie transferts de chaleur шелкография переводов шелкография тепла sutra layar cetak 丝网印刷传热 Intro & outro videos and music owned by Catspit Productions. All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2014. All artwork owned by Catspit Productions, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2014. TM
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