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WB/CAMP 2019: Beppe Quaglia, of Virus

Our friend, Beppe Quaglia, of Virus, teaches about water-based special effect inks, and the results you can achieve using a little creativity, and the capabilities of special effect inks…  

WB/CAMP 2019: Jesse Martinez, of Matsui

Jesse Martinez, of Matsui, explains the differences between various water-based inks and the printing techniques that are achievable. Get insight into the major requirements for integrating water-based inks into a production workflow…

Garments and Common Sense Inventory

Hey, the Mets, Royals, Blue Jays, Cubs and Dodgers all win in the baseball play-offs and your shirt distributors run out of Royal Blue t-shirts for a month. Maybe Taylor Swift is seen in a video that goes viral and she is wearing a pink Dickies work shirt and you then can’t get one for…

Techies and Artists Fight Back Against Copyright Infringement

This is my kind of fighting back, making hilarious fun while screwing with bad guys.  Basically folks have fooled bots that troll twitter for ideas that people want made into shirts. The results are hilarious and subversive. Check out my new favorite blog (well, besides inkkitchen.com 😉  waxy.org which is by Andy Baio . Reading…

WB/CAMP 2019: Michelle Moxley of M&R

Michelle Moxley, of M&R Companies, presents: Money-Ball Screen Printing Rigorous statistical analysis was used by the 2002 Oakland Athletics baseball franchise to assemble a competitive team simply by taking a radical, yet sophisticated approach to analyzing players that traditional scouts had labeled as flawed. So, what does baseball have to do with screen printing? In…

WB/CAMP 2019: Tony Palmer, of Palmprint & MHM

Tony Palmer, of Palmprint & MHM, draws on 30 years of direct experience with water-based printing to deliver practical advice for efficient and effective production…

WB/CAMP 2019: Dave Makin, of SAATI

Dave Makin, of SAATI, discusses screen-making fundamentals for water-based printing…

KISS. Keep It Simple, Stupid. Safety Application

KISS. Keep It Simple, Stupid. Noted by the US Navy in 1960, this is an engineering principle used from mechanical to software applications. I’ll keep it simple today. Safety procedures and devices that are not simple, that are complicated, are pretty useless in my experience. The person that follows some very elaborate safety scheme or…

WB/CAMP 2019: Danny Gruninger, of Denver Print House

Danny Gruninger, of Denver Print House, discusses the joys and headaches of water-based print production…

Mainstream Bootlegs Everywhere

The Washington Post this morning has an article about how Amazon aids and abets thieves in selling counterfeit merchandise. This is rampant in the t-shirt world as well. I regularly have to police all the many many sites selling shirts that have bootlegs of even my non-profit and charitable organization clients. Printers have to get…

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