Editor’s Note: The information in this article is geared mainly toward color order for spot-color jobs, which allow the operator to swap color order on press as needed.
Follow the advice in this Impressions Tech Tips Newsletter, sponsored by American Apparel, and rib knits will be coming off your presses in no time.
With the expanded gamut of garment configurations entering the market today, screen printers must constantly remain aware of printing techniques and procedures required to print on these specialty fabrics.
This Impressions Tech Tips newsletter will explore the use of a color-blocked JERZEES® NuBlend® fleece hoodie and an appropriate design solution that brings out the best in this garment.
In this technical bulletin and video, we‘ll be using the JERZEES NuBlend 50/50 cotton/polyester fleece to demonstrate an effective method of optimizing printing on blended fleece.
Broaden your shop’s profit margins and add to your printing arsenal by learning the steps involved in this special-effects printing process.
In this installment, we will review the primary variables that require controlling or standardization in order to maximize the desired quality results to maintain your primary client base.
Get vibrant, soft-hand results on tricky fabrics that contain varying amounts of polyester, cotton and rayon.
In this technical newsletter and accompanying video, you’ll learn how to achieve excellent color and tone range on your next true four-color process job (also known as 4CP or process color).
I frequently get calls from customers asking for advice on how to print on polyester. Although this topic has been covered in previous articles, here are some quick tips: