A 165 page guide to business success in screen printing. This how-to book includes worksheets, templates, and valuable information that'll stand the test of time.
Written by young entrepreneur Ryan Moor, the founder of one of the largest screen printing supply businesses, and top 1,000 e-commerce sites in the U.S., will teach you everything you need to know about how to master business, and become a wildly successful screen printer.
Made to Make It: A Guide to Business Success in Screen Printing pulls from Moor’s experiences during his journey from garage entrepreneur to CEO, insights from Moor’s favorite business gurus, and key learnings from Ryonet’s customers
Whether your operation is big, small, online, or brick and mortar—Made to Make It has something for you. It’s your comprehensive guide on how to start, market, operate and grow a successful screen printing business of your own.
"Part how-to, part self-help, part autobiography, this book collection of what inspires Ryan, and he offers it in hopes it will inspire you, too. It did me." - Dave Logan Co-Author of Tribal Leadership
video note: exposure light seen in the GIG Poster video has since been replaced to a better, streamlined UV exposure light bulb
For more information about our screen printing inks, checkout the video above!
In addition to water-based ink, plastisol ink is now included in the Shop Kit and our New 4-Color Kit. The video above provides more information on the difference between the two inks.
Our inks are great for printing on a variety of substrates including: t-shirts, apparel/fabrics, canvas, paper, wood, glass, plexi, metal and more! Also, feel free to experiment with screen printing on anything you can think of, just remember that if it can lay flat, then it's likely that it can be screen printed!
Tips for drying/curing inks:
T-Shirts & Fabrics:
Easy Dry method: after the top layer of the ink is dry to the touch, put your printed t-shirts and/or fabrics in a dryer for 30-45 minutes on high heat. Parchment paper (included in your kit): heat up an iron, then place the parchment paper over your screen print, then simply turn your t-shirt inside out and iron the backside of the print. Slow Dry the air dry method: hang tees using a clothesline (inside or outside) let dry for a few hours. Speed Dry hair dryer method: use a hair dryer or heat gun and rapidly move over the print to cure the ink - we also highly suggest putting your t-shirts in the dryer after 45min on high heat.
Paper or Wood:
Screen printing paper: simply print paper & let air dry, the ink should dry to the touch in minutes.
If screen printing wood, after the ink dries we recommend putting a clear sealer (polyurethane works great!) over the print, especially if it will be living outdoors.