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4 Tips to Help You Care for Your Screen Printing Squeegees

When the ink hits the shirt, you need a good squeegee to keep your print quality high. Here are some squeegee maitenance tips!

Blog written on March 24, 2017 4 Tips to Help You Care for Your Screen Printing Squeegees

There are many variables that can affect the quality of your screen prints. One tool that has a profound effect is your squeegee. If your squeegee isn't in good shape, your prints will suffer.

Tips for Controlling Screen Printing Dye Migration

A common issue you'll run into at your screen printing shop is dye migration. Learn some tips for keeping your prints vibrant!

Blog written on March 23, 2017 Tips for Controlling Screen Printing Dye Migration

As a screen printer, the last thing you want is an unhappy customer wanting to return items. In another blog post, we shared some tips on how to keep your plastisol prints from washing out. Those tips will go a long way towards keeping your prints vibrant and making them last, but there's another issue you may run into: dye migration.

Essential Steps to Storing Your Ink for Screen Printing

Make the most out of your ink supply by learning some tips for extending its shelf life.

Blog written on March 21, 2017 Essential Steps to Storing Your Ink for Screen Printing

A screen printing shop can accumulate a lot of ink. Storing that ink can prove a challenge, and often shops will simply look for a quick and convenient spot in which to store their inks. It's important to put more thought and consideration into your ink storage, however.

Providing Samples for Your Customers: How to Make it Worth Your Effort

Samples can be a great way to show off your work, learn how to make the most of them!

Blog written on March 16, 2017 Providing Samples for Your Customers: How to Make it Worth Your Effort

Samples are a staple for marketing your screen printing business, attracting customers and nabbing new orders. However, there's a fine line between samples increasing your business and overdoing samples and eroding profits.

How to Avoid the Headache of Customer-Supplied Screen Printing Artwork

When you let a customer take part of the screen printing process out of your hands, you can open yourself up to problems. Learn how to overcome them!

Blog written on March 15, 2017 How to Avoid the Headache of Customer-Supplied Screen Printing Artwork

As a screen printer, some of your daily operation is sure to include creating artwork for customers. Keeping as much of the screen printing process as possible under your control is the key to getting good results - you have plenty of variables to deal with. However, your clients will often want to provide the artwork for their orders themselves. If your customers know what they're doing, this can save you some time. But more often than not it can cause a big headache.

How to Make Your Screen Printing Shop More Environmentally Friendly

Reducing waste and boosting efficiency at your shop can be a big help to the environment - and your wallet!

Blog written on March 13, 2017 How to Make Your Screen Printing Shop More Environmentally Friendly

No matter the reason - customer demand, a desire to cut costs and waste, or a sense of personal responsibility - more and more businesses are doing what they can to lessen their environmental impact. When it comes to the eco-friendly trend, the screen printing industry is no exception.

6 Steps to Marketing Your Screen Printed Apparel to Schools

Learn how to take advantage of one of the most lucrative opportunities available to screen printers: schools!

Blog written on March 10, 2017 6 Steps to Marketing Your Screen Printed Apparel to Schools

Schools can bring a lot of business to your screen printing shop, from team uniforms and warm-up gear to student uniforms and school “spirit wear”. If you can contract with a school, or a school’s supporting organizations, you can find a steady flow of work for your screen printing shop.

Screen Printing Quality Control: Stop Problems Before They Start

Keep even your most demanding customers happy by delivering high quality products every time.

Blog written on March 08, 2017 Screen Printing Quality Control: Stop Problems Before They Start

Screen printing involves so many different variables, it can be difficult to make sure you're getting good results every time. Some issues may not even show up until after you've delivered the garments to the customer. It's not always easy, but in order to keep your customers happy you must make every effort to control the quality of your prints.

Which Screen Printing Frames Are Right for Your Shop?

There are several different types of screen printing frames to choose from - find out which work best for you!

Blog written on March 06, 2017 Which Screen Printing Frames Are Right for Your Shop?

When it comes to screen frames, there are loyalists in all camps. Some screen printers love the old-school feel, low price and sustainability of wood. Others rely on the light, sturdy technology of aluminum frames, and still others swear by the control and print crispness that come with retensionable screens.

Our Six Best Tips for Screen Printing on Fleece

Fleece garments are popular but screen printing them can be a challenge! Here are some tips to help you out.

Blog written on March 03, 2017 Our Six Best Tips for Screen Printing on Fleece

Screen printing customers love fleece, whether it’s hoodies for a school team or a trendy zip-up with a great art print. Screen printers’ affection for fleece, however, tends to be a little more limited. Getting good results on fleece can be a challenge, and a misprint can be a costly mistake because of the much higher cost of fleece garments compared to t-shirts.

Speed up Your Production by Screen Printing Wet-On-Wet

Flash curing after every color? You might be wasting your time, try printing wet-on-wet instead!

Blog written on March 01, 2017 Speed up Your Production by Screen Printing Wet-On-Wet

Have you noticed an overreliance on your flash cure is slowing down your production? A flash cure can be a helpful tool or it can be a waste of time; you have to know when it's necessary and when it isn't.

Get Crisp Screen Printing Stencils with the Right Exposure Unit

You might think your press alone determines your print quality - but your exposure unit plays a big role too!

Blog written on February 27, 2017 Get Crisp Screen Printing Stencils with the Right Exposure Unit

Running a screen printing business means making big purchasing decisions. In addition to choosing a press, a dryer and perhaps a flash cure unit, you'll need to choose a screen exposure unit.

Overcoming the Challenges of Screen Printing Athletic Apparel

Sports are a big market for screen printed apparel - make the most of the opportunity by avoiding some common printing obstacles.

Blog written on February 24, 2017 Overcoming the Challenges of Screen Printing Athletic Apparel

Athletic apparel, primarily team jerseys and workout gear, has long been the bread and butter of screen printing shops. With “performance” fabrics, favored for their lightweight feel and quick-drying properties, becoming more and more popular for weekend athletes and everyday wear, screen printers are seeing more and more requests for use of these fabrics.

Getting the Most out of Your Screen Printing Flash Cure

Use a flash cure to your advantage and cure prints perfectly without slowing down production.

Blog written on February 22, 2017 Getting the Most out of Your Screen Printing Flash Cure

When it comes to your screen printing production, a flash cure can either be your best friend or your worst enemy - it can be a big help or it can slow you down. Understanding the different types of flash units and their appropriate uses will help you get the most out of them.

How to Keep Up with Your Screen Printing Shop's Customer Demand

Feeling overwhelmed by your screen printing shop's work load? Make sure you're working at peak efficiency!

Blog written on February 20, 2017 How to Keep Up with Your Screen Printing Shop's Customer Demand

Every print shop longs for a full schedule that keeps the presses running and revenue flowing. Keeping that full schedule isn’t only about hustling to find new customers and generate orders. A busy shop also requires efficiency to keep up with customer demand and keep production rolling.

How to Hire and Retain the Best Employees in Your Screen Printing Shop

Want to put a together a high performance team at your screen printing shop? Check out these strategies for hiring and retaining the best employees.

Blog written on February 17, 2017 How to Hire and Retain the Best Employees in Your Screen Printing Shop

Most screen printers who open their own shops don’t come from a management background, and the hiring and retaining of good employees can be one of the most intimidating aspects of owning and operating your own business.

Expanding Your Screen Printing Horizons with Hats and Posters

Shirts may be your bread and butter, but don't be afraid to think outside the box and screen print new items!

Blog written on February 15, 2017 Expanding Your Screen Printing Horizons with Hats and Posters

When you think of screen printed products, shirts are probably the first item that comes to mind. But you definitely shouldn’t stop there! There’s a whole world of different materials waiting to be screen printed, and expanding your offerings will help you attract new customers and keep old ones coming back for more.

Which Type of Pallet Adhesive Should You Use?

The right pallet adhesive goes a long way towards ensuring tight registration and quality prints.

Blog written on February 13, 2017 Which Type of Pallet Adhesive Should You Use?

To get a crisp, clear screen print, you need to make sure your substrate will stay in place each time the squeegee strokes across the screen. That means using a pallet adhesive to hold your print materials in place.

How to Get Started With Specialty Inks

Don't let a limited ink selection hinder your creativity - give specialty inks a try!

Blog written on February 10, 2017 How to Get Started With Specialty Inks

In the screen printing world, a myth surrounds specialty inks. Screen printers often avoid puff, glow-in-the-dark, metallic and gel inks because they're considered difficult to work with.

Turning Your Screen Printing Hobby into a Business

Want to get started making money from your screen printing passion? Here are some tips for going pro!

Blog written on February 08, 2017 Turning Your Screen Printing Hobby into a Business

Screen printing makes an excellent hobby. If you're creatively inclined, making a design and reproducing it on a shirt can be a very satisfying feeling. It's even better when you share your work with friends and family! After awhile, you may find yourself wanting to spread your designs to an even wider audience.

Make Your Screen Printing Business Stand Out from the Competition

In order to succeed in screen printing, you need to distinguish yourself from the crowd. Find a niche!

Blog written on February 06, 2017 Make Your Screen Printing Business Stand Out from the Competition

Just like most other types of businesses, the field of screen printing is rife with competition. To succeed, you need to attract and retain customers. But how can you do that when other screen printing shops are offering similar services?

Preparing Your Screens the Right Way: Screen Printing Emulsion Techniques and Timing

Once you've selected the right emulsion for your print job, it's time to get your screens ready for stencils!

Blog written on January 31, 2017 Preparing Your Screens the Right Way: Screen Printing Emulsion Techniques and Timing

Now that you understand the different types of screen printing emulsions and have selected the right emulsion for your shop, it’s time to talk about using those emulsions the right way to prepare your screens for a successful print run.

Understanding the Different Types of Screen Printing Emulsions

Good screen printing results start with a good stencil, and the best stencils start with the right emulsion!

Blog written on January 27, 2017 Understanding the Different Types of Screen Printing Emulsions

A quality screen print requires a quality stencil. That means using the right screen printing emulsion for your job. So what types of screen printing emulsions are there? How are they different? How do you determine which type of emulsion to use?

Mastering White-On-Dark Screen Printing

Follow these tips to keep your white-on-dark print jobs looking sharp.

Blog written on January 11, 2017 Mastering White-On-Dark Screen Printing

Almost nothing poses as big of a challenge for screen printers as printing white ink on black or other dark-colored shirts. White-on-dark prints can come out rough, splotchy or blurry, and they can be challenging to fully cure.

What You Need to Know About Four Color Process Screen Printing

It can be a challenge, but with proper setup you can wow your customers with four color process printing.

Blog written on January 09, 2017 What You Need to Know About Four Color Process Screen Printing

To create a photorealistic image in screen printing, most printers rely on four color process. That involves printing the four basic print colors — cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) — in fine, half-tone dots.

Curing Water-Based Ink the Right Way

With a little practice, you can master water-based inks for that soft hand feel everyone loves.

Blog written on December 23, 2016 Curing Water-Based Ink the Right Way

Water-based inks have grown in popularity due to their soft hand feel and lower environmental impact. For printers accustomed to plastisol inks, printing with water-based inks can provide some challenges because water-based inks don’t apply and react the same way plastisol inks do.

Preparing Your Screen Printing Screens for Sharp Stencils

The best screen printing results always begin with well-executed pre-press.

Blog written on December 19, 2016 Preparing Your Screen Printing Screens for Sharp Stencils

It's easy to think of your screen printing press as the backbone of your operation. But remember, a press can only deliver quality prints if it's printing through quality screens.

Five Steps to Choosing the Right Air Compressor

A reliable source of compressed air is key to quality screen printing with a pneumatic press.

Blog written on December 14, 2016 Five Steps to Choosing the Right Air Compressor

A screen printing shop needs a good air compressor, one that can fully power its screen printing presses and other equipment. Without the right air compressor, your machine can jolt and bounce. That can affect the quality of your prints and cause undue wear on your screen printing press.

Screen Printing Prevention: Keeping Plastisol Inks from Washing out of Garments

Make sure you're taking the necessary steps to keep your prints vibrant and long-lasting.

Blog written on December 09, 2016 Screen Printing Prevention: Keeping Plastisol Inks from Washing out of Garments

It's a scenario straight from a screen printer's worst nightmare: You send a full order of high-quality, crisp t-shirts out the door. Days pass or even weeks, and suddenly you have an unhappy customer demanding to return the order because your perfectly laid prints are now washing out of the garments.

Screen Printing 101: Choosing the Right Mesh Count

The right mesh count can go a long way towards producing the results you're after.

Blog written on December 07, 2016 Screen Printing 101: Choosing the Right Mesh Count

For newer screen printers, choosing the right screen mesh count often presents the most concern and confusion. Because of that, many newer screen printers - as well as some more seasoned ones - often use the same medium-grade mesh counts for all jobs. While a mid-range 160 mesh screen will get you far with your printing, you're doing yourself a disservice if you don't learn about and experiment with different screen mesh counts for different projects.

How to Screen Print Plastisol Heat Transfers

Screen printing heat transfers can be a convenient way to boost your shop's efficiency.

Blog written on November 16, 2016 How to Screen Print Plastisol Heat Transfers

When you're running a small business, you need to take advantage of the technology and techniques that will help you increase efficiency while still providing quality products to customers.

The Tricky Business of Screen Printing Underbase

Getting vibrant plastisol prints on dark garments can be a challenge - but you can overcome it!

Blog written on November 08, 2016 The Tricky Business of Screen Printing Underbase

If you're screen printing with plastisol ink, you might find yourself struggling to get vibrant colors in your final products. Many plastisol inks just don't have the opacity to give you the results you're looking for on their own. 

Handle Customers Smoothly at Your Screen Printing Business

A little communication goes a long way towards simplifying the printing process for you and your clients.

Blog written on November 01, 2016 Handle Customers Smoothly at Your Screen Printing Business

Your screen printing business is nothing without its customers. However, from time to time you’ll come across some clients that are more difficult to deal with than others. Some might be impossibly picky; others may have unrealistic expectations for what you can deliver. The key to keeping customers happy is communication.

Finding a Niche with Oversized and All-Over Screen Printing

Large-format screen printing can give you an edge - but it's not without its challenges!

Blog written on October 27, 2016 Finding a Niche with Oversized and All-Over Screen Printing

Feeling squeezed by the restrictions of a standard-sized screen print? If your creativity can't be contained in your usual print size, you may want to give oversized printing a try. To really push the envelope, you can print whole backs and fronts of shirts, or even try all-over printing.

Essential Screen Printing Pre-Press Prep Habits Successful Printers Use

The key to a high-quality screen print is good pre-press technique.

Blog written on October 25, 2016 Essential Screen Printing Pre-Press Prep Habits Successful Printers Use

So much of your focus as a screen printer goes into perfect printing operations: Using the right off-contact, squeegee angle and pressure, and curing at the right temperature for the right amount of time. But when it comes to setting yourself up for the perfect press run, much of your success hinges on your screen printing pre-press operations.

Make Your Shirts Your Own with Custom Screen Printed Labels

Screen printed labels can add an extra touch of professionalism to your products.

Blog written on October 18, 2016 Make Your Shirts Your Own with Custom Screen Printed Labels

When we talk screen printing, it's easy to picture full-size, multicolor designs printed across the front or back of a t-shirt. But that's not the only place you can show off your work! Whether you've got your own clothing brand or you're printing shirts for a customer's label, creating custom tags can be a cool way to add a professional look to your products.

7 Screen Printing Mistakes That Will Hurt Your Bottom Line

Take care to make sure these common errors aren't holding your business back.

Blog written on October 13, 2016 7 Screen Printing Mistakes That Will Hurt Your Bottom Line

In a recent blog post, we covered seven screen printing tips to improve the quality of your products. Today, we’re expanding upon that by exploring seven screen printing mistakes to help you avoid saying, “I will never make that mistake again.”

7 Screen Printing Practices That Will Improve Your Finished Product

Use these tips to avoid common printing mistakes and keep your customers happy.

Blog written on October 06, 2016 7 Screen Printing Practices That Will Improve Your Finished Product

Blurry prints. Smudged or rough ink. Improper registration. Images that wear away when washed. As a screen printer, these are some of the common problems you work to avoid. Every misprint costs money, and problem prints that make it into your customers' hands can damage your business's reputation.

7 Ways to Grow Your Screen Printing Business

One of the best ways to promote your screen printing shop is to do what you do best: print!

Blog written on October 06, 2016 7 Ways to Grow Your Screen Printing Business

To survive in the t-shirt screen printing industry - let alone be successful - your business must maintain healthy relationships with its customers as well as its competitors. You could be the most experienced screen printer this side of the sun but nobody will know it without a strong presence and reputation in the field. There are many ways to build and improve your screen printing business. Here are a few suggestions that are sure to increase your visibility in the t-shirt screen printing community and attract new customers...

Finding the Right Technique for Quality Manual Screen Prints

Tips for developing your skills whether you're pushing or pulling your squeegees.

Blog written on October 05, 2016 Finding the Right Technique for Quality Manual Screen Prints

In the world of screen printing, a hot debate surrounds technique: Should you push or pull your squeegees on your manual screen printing machine? Some printers will argue that the best technique for manual screen printing is to pull your squeegee down the screen toward you in the traditional screen printing manner, while others will argue that pushing the squeegee away from your body is best.

Keeping Tight Registration with Precise Off-Contact

Save time and money by making exact off-contact adjustments before every job.

Blog written on September 26, 2016 Keeping Tight Registration with Precise Off-Contact

When it comes to presenting your customers with a finished product, you want to provide clean, crisp prints that accurately reflect their original designs. A lot goes into producing a quality print, but even if you have a top-of-the-line screen printing machine, the best inks and the perfect screens, you're going to have a hard time keeping tight registration if you're not accurately adjusting your off-contact for each job.

How to Level Your Screen Printing Pallets in 6 Easy Steps

Getting better quality prints with your screen printing press is just six steps away.

Blog written on September 16, 2016 How to Level Your Screen Printing Pallets in 6 Easy Steps

Are you finding poor quality and misaligned prints in your production? The most probable cause is how your pallets are leveled on your screen printing press.

3 Ways to Get an Edge with an Electric Screen Printing Machine

Electric power can give you a big advantage in three main areas of a screen printing press.

Blog written on August 22, 2016 3 Ways to Get an Edge with an Electric Screen Printing Machine

If you’re shopping for an automatic screen printing machine, you’re probably seeing lots of different configurations to choose from. Not only do you have to figure out how many colors and what size area you want to print, you’ve also got to pick what type of power will drive your press. There are so many options, it can be overwhelming! Let’s break it down as simply as possible.

Starting Your Own Screen Printing Business

If you've got the entrepreneurial spirit and a knack for creativity, starting your own custom garment business might be a great fit for you - but it's not all fun and games!

Blog written on August 17, 2016 Starting Your Own Screen Printing Business

Traffic, gas prices, long car rides - the morning commute to work can be a real pain. And once you arrive, you're spending long hours making money for someone else and missing out on what's most important - your family.

Getting Started With Your First Manual Screen Printing Press

A primer on how to choose a manual press you can count on.

Blog written on July 22, 2016 Getting Started With Your First Manual Screen Printing Press

If you’re looking for success in the world of screen printing, you need a press that’ll work hard to meet the needs of your business. If you’re a newcomer to the industry, a manual screen printing press is a good way to start.

Is an Automatic Screen Printing Press Worth It?

An automatic's return on investment will change the way you work.

Blog written on June 13, 2016 Is an Automatic Screen Printing Press Worth It?

Visited a screen printing trade show lately? If you're a manual printer who's just seen an automatic press in action, you might think "there's no way I can keep pushing a squeegee!"

Tips for Having a Great Trade Show Visit

How to make the most out of your trade show experience.

Blog written on June 01, 2016 Tips for Having a Great Trade Show Visit

With dozens of exhibitors, a maze of booths and an endless supply of flashy equipment and supplies to browse, a trade show can be a pretty overwhelming place. You've put aside the time to visit, registered to attend and maybe you've even had to travel a long way to get there - you probably don't want to waste your time wandering around aimlessly!

How to Expose Screen Printing Screens Like a Pro

Don't underestimate the importance of pre-press!

Blog written on May 11, 2016 How to Expose Screen Printing Screens Like a Pro

With so much attention on applying ink to shirts, it's easy to forget that pre-press is just as important! If your screen hasn't been properly prepared before it goes on the press, even perfect printing technique won't deliver a quality print. There are so many variables that factor into exposing your screens it can be difficult to get a good result, especially if you're unfamiliar with the process.

A Rededication to Customer Care

It’s a new year and there are some changes here at Anatol.

Blog written on February 10, 2016 A Rededication to Customer Care

We’ve listened to the feedback from our customers and made the commitment not to offer you anything less than the best customer care you can get in the t-shirt screen printing equipment industry. The entire Anatol team has rededicated itself to going the extra mile to help our customers in whatever way we can. It’s not just talk – we’ve made concrete changes and are prepared to walk the long walk.

How to Reclaim Screens For Textile Printing

Find out everything you need to know about the process of reclaiming a screen.

Blog written on January 26, 2016 How to Reclaim Screens For Textile Printing

So you've just finished a successful print run and decided to get started on another. You go to the rack for a fresh screen but they're nowhere to be found! Your lack of planning left you with a pile of dirty screens caked with ink. Now what?

Discharge Ink: Add It to Your Screen Printing Arsenal?

If you want to print soft designs on dark garments, discharge inks may be your new best friend.

Blog written on January 12, 2016 Discharge Ink: Add It to Your Screen Printing Arsenal?

Do you have a favorite t-shirt? You know, the soft cotton one with the soft handed, distressed print on the front? Everyone has one, and there's a pretty good chance it was printed using water based ink. Customers love the soft feel and clean, smooth look of water based prints.

Color Matching Ink for Screen Printing: Get the Best Results!

Remember, it's always easier to add more ink to the mixture than to take it out!

Blog written on January 06, 2016 Color Matching Ink for Screen Printing: Get the Best Results!

As a screen printer, every order you get is different. The design possibilities in screen printing are virtually limitless; some customers might not have a good idea of what they want their garment to look like, others can be very particular. A customer may request a specific printing process, fabric, ink type or color. You can meet most of these demands relatively easily. However, reproducing a specific color is often easier said than done.

Are You Ready For An Automatic Screen Printing Press?

It might be time to upgrade to an automatic screen printing press.

Blog written on December 29, 2015 Are You Ready For An Automatic Screen Printing Press?

Is your screen printing shop struggling to meet tight deadlines? Is your manual press keeping you from taking bigger, more complex jobs? If so, it might be time to upgrade to an automatic t-shirt screen printing machine. With a single operator, an automatic press runs at least 3-5 times faster than a manual press, allowing you to tackle larger production runs with more colors. And with automatic presses available with compact footprints, you should be able to find one that fits your existing work space - no need to restructure, no need to move!

Screen Printing or Direct to Garment Printing?

Screenprinting can be a lucrative venture for an aspiring entrepreneur.

Blog written on December 21, 2015 Screen Printing or Direct to Garment Printing?

So you've decided you want to get into the garment printing industry but you're not sure how to get started. No worries, everyone was a beginner at some point! Let's put first things first, like deciding which style of customization you want to pursue. When it comes to printing textiles, two of the most common options are screen printing and direct to garment (DTG) printing.

(TH)INK Before You Screen Print

There's no such thing as any particular screenprinting ink being 'the best'.

Blog written on December 18, 2015 (TH)INK Before You Screen Print

One of the most common questions we hear among beginners in the screen printing world is “what ink should I use?” To find the answer, consider another question: “what are you looking to print?”. It's not a matter of trying to find the "best" screen printing ink in the industry, but rather finding an ink that will give you the results you need. In order to figure out what ink will best suit your project, it's important to understand the properties and applications of different screen printing inks.

Think Space is a Problem When Upgrading Your Screen Printing Press? Here's Why It's Not!

Upgrading Your Screen Printing Press.

Blog written on December 16, 2015 Think Space is a Problem When Upgrading Your Screen Printing Press? Here's Why It's Not!

Tom and his wife Tammy are owners of a small-time screen printing business that makes just under $100,000 a year. Growth has been steady and they’re ready to expand production, but the manual screen printing press they’re using limits the amount of jobs they can take. Upgrading to an automatic press raises concerns about space at their facility, but is it really a problem? Not necessarily! Tom and Tammy have plenty of options that will allow them to fit a new press into their existing space and get on their way to business growth and more profits. It’s a matter of clearing the clutter, doing the math and purchasing with a plan.

How to Pick a Screen Printing Conveyor Dryer That Fits Your Work Flow

Finding the ideal dryer for your screen printing shop is a task that shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Blog written on December 15, 2015 How to Pick a Screen Printing Conveyor Dryer That Fits Your Work Flow

Just as you can only print as fast as your press can operate, you can only cure as fast as your dryer can operate. While cost is important to any screen printing facility, there are a number of considerations that are vital to choosing the right conveyor dryer for your production needs. Just like your clothes dryer at home, conveyor dryers come in two types: gas and electric. Which is right for you? Let’s find out!

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