Digital t-shirt printing, or D2 printing, has grown past its infancy stage in the garment decoration industry. In order to give your customers the best options available, you should consider weighting the differnce of DTG vs screen printing.
Shirt Lab featured live demonstrations, interactive presentations and a panel discussion to help shop owners learn best practices for driving more screen print sales and how to build sustained growth for their screen print shop.
Having the right screen printing supplies is important. One of the best supply items you can have is low cure plastisol inks. With non-cotton fabrics on the rise of popularity, find out why these inks will be a great value to your shop
It is important to be able to visually recognize screen printing emulsion that is no longer good and usable once it freezes and thaws. There are 3 key points to realizing you might have frozen emulsion problems.
A popular question is how to set up the area you will printing in. There are 3 tips and tricks for how to best layout your screen printing shop that apply whether you have dedicated space, or are printing out of your garage or home.
Lawson Screen & Digital Products, Inc. is announcing its Lawson Academy Classroom Series. Each class is available monthly but space is limited to allow for hands-on, 1-on-1 attention. These classes will improve your technique and print better.
Epson technicians and researchers identified 3 primary factors that make the Digi-Star one of the best conveyor dryers for polyester and cotton DTG printing. The Digi-Star is their trusted source for curing all types of shirts.