How To Screen Print Tee Shirts: Making Plastisol Ink Prints Feel Softer
I hope you all don’t mind this longer video but I think it’s informative. The lighting is slightly off and the auto focus had a couple of minor issues in this one but overall not too bad. I think I was all Billy Mayes in this video with my hand gestures and speech…. LOL. But I never script my videos so it’s all good
This is an educational screen printing video about how to make plastisol inks feel softer when printed onto textiles such as tee shirts and sweat shirts. This is a brief overview of some steps you can take to make a plastisol screen printed tee shirt feel a lot softer and more comfortable for the person who wears it. There may be many ways to achieve this but in this tutorial video we discuss a few simple things you can do in house. In this video we discuss printed ink volumes, squeegee hardness, higher mesh counts, specialized artwork, curable reducer, and soft hand base. You’ll learn how to make an otherwise thick plastisol print feel much softer. If you’re just starting out with screen printing T-shirts or if you need some tips on the subject, then this video is for you. So sit back and relax while you have some fun learning about screenprinting with plastisol inks. I hope you enjoy yourself and learn something new.
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