Starting a screen print shop means investing in all sorts of equipment. One piece of equipment that printers tend to wait on is a pressure washer. But is a pressure washer worth investing in now rather than waiting and making do without? Here’s a guide to buying and using a pressure washer in a screen print shop.
Let’s face it: screen printing produces waste. No matter how hard printers try, the process of screen printing produces waste in the form of ink, emulsion, chemicals, and more. The best way to keep screen printing as Earth-friendly as possible? Dispose of this waste properly. Here’s a guide to doing it right.
When it comes to screen reclaim, every shop has different needs. Some shops need a large washout booth to accommodate many screens, while other shops need a quality booth with a small footprint. No matter the size of the shop, there’s a washout booth that fits just right. Here’s a guide to choosing the best washout booth.
Cleaning screens is a chore, but it can be done efficiently to save time and stress. Here’s how to clean plastisol and water-based inks off screens.