Four Color Printing Process Explained
Learn how four color printing (also known as full color or process printing) is done, and learn more about offset lithography in this informative video and at http://www.printingforless.com/processprinting.html.
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http://www.SilkScreeningSupplies.com The process for printing a multiple color job on both dark and white backgrounds is outlined through this series of video. visit our website for all your screen printing supply and training needs. International shipping available.
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One question: do you cure the inks after one color is printed or after 4
colors are printed?
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Wat was 2up 4up and 8up again???
Waffle waffle… and no video?
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1 more thing…when you back flood, be careful!!!! If you follow these
directions to the ‘t’ (a good amount of pressure to back flood), your going
to have to constantly be cleaning off the shirt side of your screen because
you’re essentially pushing the ink trough the screen, therefore it will
build up and the edges of the image will lose their crispness….
I love the fact there is a tutorial on how to screen print using lots of
expensive gear, I would think if you already had all this gear you would be
able to do this blindfolded… or am I wrong
Hi Ryonet..thanks for this grest video. I heared that there are differents
(also in using the coulor) between thisrts with dark chlours (black ,navy
blue etc.) and white tshirts is this true? Or can I use the same technics
and cholours? Thanks for answer
Hey guys I am getting a new screen printing channel going..have a look
Grate video, but really it could be 4 mins not almost 10. Seriously I am
How do you make the transparency?
usually screen printing, on large automatic printing machines.
i love this video. it inspired me alot. when are you coming to Africa.
It’s the same process but not something that we’ve been able to tackle yet.
We’re based much more in the textile industry and can’t really help you
with this. Good luck though and thanks for watching.
at 2:09 he sez “mayshur it up!” lol
Honestly I think you just didn’t explain it on the comments because you
wanted people to buy the video Smooth.
thank you so much for showing us this. this is such a creative process.
how can you print the shadings? is it separated also? I mean separate
screen for shadows or something?
i have a serious question Ryan, now i know i need a postscript printer and
or file to print true halftones, if i download adobe universal postscript
file for windows, will that work?> cause i have photoshop and adobe
illustrator and in AI in the print dialog box it gives me the option to
select post script but it wont let me choose it.
what is curing?can you use iron for curing?
If you print with plastisol ink (most printers do) you can’t air dry it. It
needs to reach a temp of of 320 degrees.
He is talking to people with no experience or education, you can’t use
technical terms or industry lingo as it would not appeal to potential new
customers. I feel sorry for know it all’s like you, because in the end you
You are wrong. I purchased the Ryonet 6 color, 2 station press kit on eBay
about 2 months ago. I screen printed once in high school about 15 years
ago. Basically, I have NO knowledge of screen printing. Everything that I
have learned, I learned from these videos and then applying it. There are
many new things that I learn daily. Ryan’s videos are by far the best. He
is a great teacher and entrepreneur. You shoud feel as lucky as I do that
he shares his knowledge. Thank’s Ryan.
wouldnt the red ink stick to the screen of the black ink? if u dont flash
I would cure it after the first print personally. The wet inks only wont be
touching if you have registered it correctly the first time – as most of
the people starting out wont have the experience of thousands of prints I
would flash cure them at first – I mean if you were that confident why use
the reggie marks anyway. Good video though – very well narrated.