At What Temperature Do Inks Cure?

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Buy Nice or Buy Twice

Ignore what something costs for a moment and think, does it actually do the job and perform well?

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White Ink Comparison

Printing White Screen Printing InkNeed assistance in finding the right white for the job?
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DTG vs Screen Printing

Screen printing involves pushing ink onto the fabric through a stencil, while Direct to Garment (DTG) is a modernised method of printing that uses a printer to apply the ink directly to the t-shirt. Read more

There’s a new dog in town

… meet Enzo the Frenchie. Read more

Top tips for using plastisol ink

Top tips on using plastisol ink from Screen Print World (M.D.) and Nick Walker (Sales and Technical Support) Read more

Amex Plastisol Additives

Just some tips and tricks on Amex Plastisol Additives. Read below to find out more information on percentages needed for certain additives. You may also find an additive that you need. get in touch for more information.

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A potentially life saving blog article – about fluff!

You may think this is a boring blog about fluff, but you’re wrong. If you continue to read, it may save your life one day.

We regularly clean up, service and re-sell pre-loved machinery. Recently, a certain piece of equipment came in which was covered in ‘fluff’ and we couldn’t believe our eyes.

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flash curing

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Flash Curing

What is the primary purpose of a flash curing unit?

Unlike graphic printing, you can print wet on wet on a lot of garment types. But that doesn’t mean you can lay down wet ink on top of wet ink. To get colours to pop on dark garments, you need to lay down an underbase first, and that needs to be flashed, gelling the ink enough so that wet ink can be printed on top. Flashing is also commonly used right before laying down a highlight white to set up the rest of the print before laying down the last colour. Read more