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NEW The T-Shirt Report with Scott Fresener & Richard Greaves

NEW The T-Shirt Report with Scott Fresener & Richard Greaves

This has been a long time coming. We are doing a weekly internet TV show called the T-Shirt Report along with our good friend Richard Greaves. We have feature sections called Industry News, Tech Talk, Support Questions and Tips, Trade Show News, Interviews, Opinions and Rants, Product News and Updates, Article and Book Reviews and Read More

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Stitches Magazine – Power 75 for 2014 – #51 Again

The number 51 must be my lucky number. Once again I am on the Stitches Magazine Power 75 list of the industry’s top 75 most influential people. This list leans heavily to the embroidery side since Stitches mainly covers embroidery topics. I am once again #51 for the year 2014. Thanks Stitches! Read the entire Read More

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Hands-on Classes on T-Shirt Printing and Color Seps in Bowling Green, KY

Come join Scott and Mike Fresener at their popular industry training classes.Learn everything from A – Z about garment printing and become a Master Color Separator at one of the Fresener’s Printers Boot Camp classes. Here are the 2015 class dates for Bowling Green, Kentucky:March 22 – 24 June 18 – 20August 21 – 23November 13 – Read More

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Epson F2000 DTG Printer Review by Scott Fresener

 In 2004 when I first developed the T-Jet printer I was convinced it would be easy for the garment decorating industry to add this process to their bag of tricks. After all, other than the large Kornit printer (at that time), most machines were simply an Epson base inkjet paper printer that was torn apart Read More

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ISS Long Beach Show Review with Fresener and Greaves

Commentary by Scott Fresener. Doing T-Shirt industry trade show reports has become a tradition and I have been teaming up with my good friend Richard Greaves to do these. We just finished our Long Beach ISS Show report and it is great. If you want to see what you missed (whether you were there or Read More

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Final Separation Tweaks in Adobe Photoshop

This article will assume you already have a basic Photoshop channel separation done as Simulated Process Color. The information here is geared moretowards doing final tweaks after you have separated using one automated separation programs that will sometimes give you too many color choices or they might lose fine subtle detail. Even if you do Read More

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Inksoft Business Software and Online Designer is Looking Very Good!

Comments by Scott Fresener: Over the years I have watched  the online designer guys work to be relevant to this industry. The problem has often been many of the developers are not from the industry and they “think” they know what we need. And, others simply never “got it” and never had features you needed. Read More

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ISS Nashville Show Review with Scott Fresener and Richard Greaves

Check out this very insightful show review of the very first ISS Show held in Nashville May 8-10. Scott and Richard give a very in depth show review including things that are new, a run down of who was there, comments on this first time event (excellent!), rumors, gossip and much more. You can always Read More

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Customer’s first job with T-Seps

I have been working with a start-up screen printer in Mesa, Arizona called Group Imaging and they are doing things all the right way. They are a large banner and display manufacturer moving into adding T-Shirts to their product mix. Owner, Jeff Burris is not afraid of buying the best equipment and setting up a Read More

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Important Photoshop Display Settings Change – Don’t miss this.

Starting with Photoshop CS4, I noticed that often on jobs that were color separated as a typical “channel separation” that they would not display with “dot gain” applied based on my 30% dot gain settings in the Color Settings window. This is important because if a set of color separations does not display on the Read More

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