Screen Printing News
Nazdar SourceOne, Shawnee, Kan., recently introduced the new ImageStar silicone textile screen-printing ink.
When incorporating puff to print a design, decorators often run into the “pucker effect.”
A free online video from GSG, Dallas, reviews the basics of screen exposure.
M&R, Glen Ellyn, Ill., recently announced the final results for the two-day “Finish First with Kruzer!” competition, held Jan. 16-18 at the 2015 Imprinted Sportswear Shows (ISS) in Long Beach.
Ryonet Corp., Vancouver, Wash., introduces the Roq’s (formerly S.Roque) new sidekick, the Hot Roqit, a new curing dryer for mass production screen printers.
GSG, Dallas, offers Wilflex Infinite FX, a new program that allows users create a wide range of looks, textures and effects with only a few special bases.
Ryonet, Vancouver, Wash., owner of silkscreeningsupplies.com and screenprinting.com, sent out a surprise pre-Cyber sale newsletter this year.
M&R, Glen Ellyn, Ill., recently announced that its i-Image STE II was recognized as the Product of the Year in the Pre-Press category at the 2014 SGIA Expo.
Vastex Intl., Allentown, Pa., has introduced a new Dri-Cab forced-air screen drying cabinet that dries coated screens five times faster than passively ventilated drying cabinets, according to the company.
DuPont Digital Printing (DuPont), Wilmington, Del., recently introduced new DuPont Artistri Brite digital textile inks, designed to deliver a step change in color saturation and speed for advanced direct-to-garment (DTG) printing.