Preparing Artwork for DTG Printing by Scott Fresener

This is a topic that a book could be written about because a lot of things that need to be or could be done...
Color Seps with Scott Fresener

Color Separations in Photoshop with Scott Fresener

It is almost impossible to tell everything you need to know about color separating in a short article. But, I feel strongly that if...

Non-Textile Printing by Scott Fresener

By Scott FresenerThis article is written for all the garment screen printers who want to diversifyinto non-textile printing and have never worked with inks...

Examples of Good Marketing Tools by Aaron Montgomery

This article was written back in 2010 by our good friend, Aaron Montgomery, and the information is timeless. Enjoy. After a long break from writing...

Where are the customers?

This article was first written in 2009 but it is still relevant today. ...

Shop Tour – Part Two

Mike Fresener finishes his lengthy tour of Surf and Ski in Mesa, Arizona. Watch video here: 

Don’t we all want to work with professionals?

Commentary by Aaron Montgomery......I continue to be surprised by how some people stay in business. I do my darnedest to make sure that my...

Famous 1976 Farrah Fawcett Shirt Re-Released!

The shirt that started it all has been re-released! Wow, has this industry changed. For those newbies and even some who think they are...

Woodstock…I was there … or was I?

This is a "reprint" of a fun little article I wrote on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock in August of 2009. I thought I...

Speeding up Manual Production by Scott Fresener

During the busy months it is important to get as much production as possible off of a manual printing press. This article details some...

The Confusion over RIP Software by Terry Combs

If you’re a screen printer, and you make your own film positives, chances are you own RIP software.

Combining Corel Images with Photoshop

Scott Fresener gives a short tutorial on the best way to use Corel images in Photoshop.

Moving Up to an Automatic Press

Over the years I fielded hundreds of calls from customers and students asking if I think it’s time for them to get an automatic...

How to get Great Results with Direct Film

Although I have probably made my "millionth" screen using the Direct Emulsion method, I have had good results with Capillary Direct...

Choking, Trapping & Cleaning up Type in Photoshop – by Scott Fresener

A Little Background First Choking and Trapping are two very common printing terms that relate to creating artwork that prints easy at the press.  Computer...
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