Screen Printing

26 Feb 2016  | 0 Comments

VISCOSITY – USE A FOAM ROLLER

Permaset ink has a viscosity profile optimized to thin under the shear of a squeegee blade, pass through the mesh and then sit up on the fabric without running any further. Block inks generally are formulated to be much much stickier. Having said this however, you can use PERMASET AQUA inks for block printing and there are many people across the globe who love to do so. So, first thing, you will need to use a different sort of brayer and we recommend a small foam roller to lay the ink out. … Read More

18 Dec 2015  | 0 Comments

Screen printing your own t-shirts is a fantastic way to express your individual style, plus it’s inexpensive and easy too! Start off with a simple design, and practice the technique, and you’ll soon have family and friends clamouring for you to make t-shirts for them too.

 

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This t-shirt was designed and screen printed by Sea Urchin Design in Tasmania. You too can achieve a great print like this if you follow our easy steps in this article.

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7 Jul 2015  | 0 Comments

‘And isn’t the whole point of things—beautiful things—that they connect you to some larger beauty?’
– Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch

Beauty is infinite. Something as ordinary as a jar of eco-friendly ink can become a thing of beauty, producing compelling products that can … Read More

PERMASET® INKS DO NOT CONTAIN OZONE DEPLETING CHEMICALS SUCH AS CFCS OR HCFCS. THEY ARE ALSO FORMULATED FREE OF AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS. PERMASET® IS FREE OF VOLATILE ORGANIC SOLVENT AND DOES NOT CONTAIN PVC RESIN OR PHTHALATE PLASTICISER

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