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Discharge Ink: What It’s Used For

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Screen printing involves many different components to ensure you get the right results. If you’re new to this technique, you might come across items or terms that you don’t understand. One thing that often troubles beginners is discharge ink.  You’re aware that this is a type of ink, but what is it used for and what is its purpose? The team at Holden’s has put together this guide to help answer those questions and more. What is Discharge Ink? Discharge ink is a specific ink type that’s water-based and low in solids. This is used in discharge ink screen printing...

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Best Fabrics for Screen Printing

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Looking to get started with screen printing? You’re in the right place. Read our guide what you need to know about screen printing for fabric, silkscreen transfers, silk screen stencils, and more! How Does Screen Printing Work? In order to understand which fabrics are best for screen printing, it’s important that you first understand what screen printing is and how it actually works. You may also hear this process referred to as “silk screening” or “silk screen printing”. Put simply, when you screen print, you transfer a stenciled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink, and a...

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The Origins of Silk Screen Printing (Serigraphy)

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At Holden’s Screen Supply Co., we sell a variety of screen printing supplies used for printing images on shirts, wood, paper, and many other surfaces. Over the years, this method of printing has become extremely popular due to its diversity and quality. The technical term for silk screen printing is serigraphy. So, you might be wondering what is serigraphy, how it works, and where it came from. Whether using a screen print press or silk screen stencils, knowing the history of the art can help you better appreciate it as it is today. What Is Silk Screen Printing? Silk screen...

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Oversize Printing: What it Is and What You’ll Need | Holdens Screen

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Did you know you can create oversized silk screen prints at home? Check out this guide to learn more about oversize printing and what you need to get started.

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A Guide on Selling Your Old Screen Printing Equipment

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Selling old screen printing gear can feel like an overwhelming task at first. Use this guide to simplify the process and get the most from your sale.

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