It’s officially sweat weather!

Yes, it’s November already, where has that time gone? Every printer has now made that quick switch from printing 100’s of T-shirts to now printing 100’s of Hoodies!

Anyone that has printed large runs of hoodies before will know that the following steps are very important.

Want to play a game?!

Everyone loves a bit of Halloween, whether it’s the going to whole mile and dressing up or just eating your kids sweets after they’ve done the hard work Trick or Treating. So, if you want to earn your own sweets this Halloween we’ve got a game just for you!

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The Rename

Effective from November 1, Dave Roper Ltd will be known as Screen Print World going forward.

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Top tips regarding parts and servicing/maintenance on your M&R machinery

Here are some top tips when it comes to parts and servicing/maintenance of you Screen Printing equipment.

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Tips to minimise downtime

Here’s a few tips to minimise downtime during this busy printing period.  Read more

There’s a new dog in town

… meet Enzo the Frenchie. Read more

The Importance of Curing

Screen Printing on textiles is, in essence, a simple process – it requires pushing ink through a mesh onto a t-shirt. There are many factors that need to be controlled in the production environment to ensure that the image is durable and will stay on the garment – one of these factors, and possibly the most important is CURING. Read more

Saving money and time by choosing the right tape.

Saving money is a constant challenge for screen printing shops, big or small. However, it’s worth spending a few extra pennies and pounds to avoid long-term headaches. This is certainly the case when it comes to sourcing tape for your screens. Although it may seem cheaper and more convenient to use plain shipping tape, this money-saving move might actually end up costing you more in the long run. Read more

How to sensitise a dual part emulsion

How to sensitise our 2 part emulsions; Screen Sol QT and Screen sol QT.

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Screen Printing Tips: How to wash out emulsion for exposure

Here Dave will give you tips on washing emulsion from an exposed screen.

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