Fun with Matching

It’s never fun matching another printer’s work, specifically with full color prints.  You are kind of screwed in these situations because without provided seps and reliable engineering forms or without intimate knowledge of the other printer’s methods you are just making an educated guesses and if you say forget it and simply aim to improve the print or better match the original art the customer
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Ink Kitchen “Guide to ISS Long Beach” – #3

This is the third post of our pre-show Ink Kitchen advice on folks to check out at Long Beach ISS show Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week. Come by The Ink Kitchen “Know-It-All” booth #157 which will be located on the far left side of the show floor. We have some cool stuff for you, experts to answer your garment and decorating questions, and of course
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TBT – Process Master, Andy Anderson.

Andy Anderson is a screenprinter in located in Nashville, TN. His process prints are as good as they get, and they have been great for a long, long time. My shop mostly does simulated process. We originally did that because we found it so difficult to do traditional CMYK printing. Andy does it the old school way and has really mastered it over the years.
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Garret Kaule – Enthusiastic Screenprinter

Garrett Kaule is one energetic dude. He prints and prints and when he isn’t printing he is communicating. He has a lot to say to his customers in the Pittsburgh area, and he communicates like crazy with his screenprinting brothers and sisters. He’s the straw that stirs the drink.  We love his enthusiasm. We asked him to send some photos and words regarding his recent
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