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How to Fix a Screen Clogging by Using a Screen Opener

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If you’re new to screen printing, you’ll save yourself a lot of headaches and ruined equipment by using screen opener spray for clogged mesh.

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The Different Types of Squeegees For Screen Printing

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Screen printing has developed considerably over the years, and there are now various types of squeegees that can be used.

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The History of Plastisol Ink

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Plastisol ink has played a massive role in taking the screen printing game to the next level. Discover more in this blog post. The History of Plastisol Ink and How it Revolutionized the Screen Printing Game Over the years, there have been many different types of inks that have been used for printing purposes. We started with water-based inks, then moved to plastisol inks, which completely changed the game. To better understand this, continue reading to discover everything you need to know about plastisol ink and how it revolutionized screen printing.  The Challenges of Water Based Inks Before we can...

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12 Tips For Screen Printing Success

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Screen printing is a great way to transfer images to wood, fabric and other materials. Read our expert advice on how to get it right and avoid disappointment.  12 Tips for Screen Printing Success  Screen printing is a powerful method for creating practically any image on paper, fabric, wood, and many other materials. However, as we’ve learned during our long history, getting it right every time is anything but easy. You need to adopt the right approach.  Screen printing, also called pre-burned silk screen printing, involves applying inks to materials using a stencil, mesh, and squeegees. The stencil and mesh...

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How to Clean a Screen Printing Frame

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Cleaning and maintaining a screen printing frame requires a little elbow grease. Fortunately, Holden’s stocks all the products you need to make it happen.  How to Clean and Maintain a Screen Printing Frame After you finish screen printing, you'll need to remove ink from your screen printing frame. It will interfere with future prints and leave you with lackluster results if you don't.  Cleaning and maintaining screen printing frames isn't everyone's favorite task, but it is essential for producing high-fidelity prints. If you don't begin the cleaning process soon after printing, it can become difficult to remove leftover ink, damaging...

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