One thing printers may encounter when learning to print is the image bleeding, it’s super frustrating but we are going to give you a list of things to look out for when this happens.
Don’t get frustrated just take a step back and think of the things you have done up until this point. Did you put to much pressure down while flooding ? Are you changing the squeegee technique from push to pull and holding it at different angles while doing that ? It will take some time but you will figure it out.
Catch you guys later and remember if you have any questions drop a comment below on this blog or reach out via Instagram or our live chat.
- SPD Crew!
So here’s a quick one to think about. Low temperature cure inks, ok big deal why would I need a low temperature ink, my inks work fine.
Ok and that may be true for what you are currently printing on which is most likely a run of the mill cotton shirt.
So this one definitely goes out to all the noobs and so-called screen printing know it all’s.
When printing plastisol ink it’s obvious you are going to get a thicker deposit of ink on the shirt. That should be expected when printing plastisol compared to water based inks.