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The Value of a Roadmap

March 17, 2013 Bill Hood 0

Do you believe that screenprinting is not a formula, and that perhaps we might be better off if we didn’t have a road map and...

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Screenprint Shop Workflow

November 1, 2012 Bill Hood 0

One of the tasks of a screenprinting consultant often involves creating better work flow through the shop. This entails creating an SOP for how the...

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Keeping Your Cool

August 28, 2012 Bill Hood 0

Is the heat in your shop so unbearable that production is slowed dramatically? Don’t forget that the human race existed long before there was air conditioning. No this article isn’t about Tabasco. It is about cooling your production area and employees!

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Tools for Success

August 28, 2012 Bill Hood 0

Every screenprinter needs tools! Now that I have said that, my addiction to buying the necessary tools doesn’t seem so bad. I have spent quite a bit of money over the years buying tools, many of which were for no other reason than reviewing them in an article, only to find out how much I needed the tool in my own research and development.

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Clouds Block UV Rays – Well, Duh!

August 28, 2012 Bill Hood 0

It is a fact that clouds block ultraviolet rays, particularly the more potent UV-B rays that we use to gel inks using a flash unit. I know you are wondering how clouds got into the screenprinting variables, but read on.

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The Curing of Plastisol Ink

August 28, 2012 Bill Hood 0

One of the most common questions that we hear concerns the curing process of plastisol ink on textile products. Screenprinters are constantly searching for a way in which to measure temperature in order to assure that the ink is cured on the material.

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