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Screen Printing Blog

Build your home insolator for less than € 50

Today I'm going to tell you how to build your own insolating homemade for less than € 50. And when I say homemade I do not mean seedy, with this...
by Ronny Garcia on October 18, 2021
Construye tu insoladora con luces LED para serigrafía con mueble de IKEA

Build your insolator with LED lights for screen printing with furniture from IKEA

In this article I'm going to show you how to build your screen printing machine with LED lights with the help of an IKEA furniture, don't worry if you don't...
by Ronny Garcia on September 21, 2021

New Telegram Group - Serigraph Help and Tips

A few weeks ago I came up with the idea of creating a Telegram group where we can ask and talk about screen printing, both about the technique and about...
by Ronny Garcia on May 13, 2021

What mesh is right for me?

To get high-quality screen printing, one of the things you should pay attention to is the numbering of the mesh you use on your screens. What exactly is mesh numbering?...
by Ronny Garcia on November 14, 2018

What t-shirts to use for printing in summer?

In addition to the photolith, the screen and the inks that we use in our daily work, there is something very important and one that we do not pay as...
by Ronny Garcia on August 09, 2018

SBK paper inks - Screen printing WHITE on BLACK

A few months ago we met Marti Alcon, illustrator of Olesa de Montserrat (Cat), you can visit him in his account Instagram or visit your Web. We have been lucky and...
by Ronny Garcia on June 11, 2018

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History

Octopus in His Ink was born in early 2009 out of the need to want to make T-shirts with their own designs. I saved what I could for a few months and bought loads of screen printing supplies.

At first, like the vast majority, I did screen printing at home, fighting with the emulsion, times of sunstroke, staining all the clothes that were in my room, I tried inks ... Damn lacquer, how you could dry so fast!

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