Thursday, April 21, 2016

Create Digitally Printed Photo Gifts.

A special keepsake of a significant life event is priceless. It lifts the spirits, jogs a memory and let's us revisit that once-in-a-lifetime moment when all was right with the world. 

To help capture this nostalgia for your customers, RhinoTech offers you the ability to digitally transfer photos onto pillow cases (like the one pictured above), puzzle blanks, t-shirts, caps, towels, hoodies, golf towels and other apparel. The key is to use SingleJet Heat Transfer Paper, an Epson 1430 Inkjet Printer and a Swingman Heat Press. To create other vivid color and black and white photo gift items on light color garments, SingleJet II is also an option. And, to digitally transfer to all dark garments and fabric, SingleJet Opaque is the choice (with the recommended Epson 1430 inkjet printer).

RhinoTech also offers laser printing applications with its RT Digital Transfer Professional Printing package and other types of heat transfer bundles. 
This Pro set includes: the OKI 920WT White Toner Laser Printer that prints full-color, self-weeding transfers; the OKI c831-TS Laser Printer with CMYK toners; SinglePrint™Heat Transfer Paper that enables you to transfer photo images to multiple types of light color hard surfaces, such as glass, ceramic, metal, wood, card stock and mouse pads; RhinoDARK™ Heat Transfer Paper for DARK fabrics and garments; SingleStep™ Heat Transfer Paper for Light/White color apparel and fabrics such as, towels, t-shirts and other fabric; a two-stationed, SwingMan20D Twin 16” x 20” that is a top of the line heat press; a Smart DESIGNER X6 Ready Volume 1 Design Package Software and Parchment Paper. 

RhinoDARK Heat Transfer Paper w/Printer & Transfer Instructions. Click on this HOW-TO video and be awed.

Big shout out to everyone from RhinoTech. Thanks for being our customers and future customers; our reps and friends.

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Thursday, April 14, 2016


Part 5 in our RhinoTech video series targets the tips and method on how to remove the stencil from the screen frame after printing is completed so that you gain a new-looking frame in its place.

ERG8550L that is a ready-to-use Emulsion Remover. It rapidly removes emulsion and capillary film from screens, offers excellent freeze/thaw characteristics and is ideal for use in all climates.

A RhinoCleanWashout Booth that is available in a variety of standard sizes. Its compact, space saving design and durable construction in Polypro continues to be the foremost choice for screen printers.  

The RS1500APressure Washer that features a 26” hose, adjustable PSI from 250 – 1500 PSI, an adjustable nozzle, 110V and ground fault plug. It weighs just 60 lbs. in a very compact form and is a powerhouse of a system that just keeps on working year after year after year. 

Apply ERG8550L to scrubber and scrub on both sides of screen.
As you notice in the video, once applied, the stencil begins to break down almost immediately.

After scrubbing, let the product sit for 1 – 2 minutes. Now, power wash (we use the RS1500A).

In a smooth motion, sweep pressure washer back and forth across the screen and experience the excitement of a new-looking screen frame coming into view!

Let screen dry. And, then you’re ready to reuse. It’s that simple.

Thanks for watching this and all of our other videos. We hope we have helped you lighten the load and advance your screen cleaning technique. Questions? We’re here for you at 651-686-5027 x 4 or

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Thursday, April 7, 2016


This is a brief video on how-to finesse the ink off the screen frame for an on-press ink change. And, it offers the easiest way to remove the ink at the conclusion of printing using PWG122 PressWash.


Start with PWG122 Press Wash that has been designed to rapidly flash off the screen so that you can quickly and easily make an ON-PRESS ink change.

Next, lift the printer arm holding the screen frame that you want to make the color change on so that you are looking at the underside of the screen frame.

Using a paper or cloth towel, squirt some press wash onto the cloth. Working from the underside of the screen, wipe the targeted spot until ink is removed.

Then, lift the screen and if it still seems to need a little more work, use cloth to carefully finish wiping from the squeegee side.

Before you start to print, spray the platen with RBA2, an Aerosol Adhesive Spray Mist to help ensure that the t-shirt will remain stable on the platen. For fleece and heavier fabrics, a good choice is RBA3 Adhesive Web

Now, flood the screen and continue printing.

Once you have completed printing the project, card off the ink and proceed to the washout booth to clean the ink off the screen. The next part of the video will take place at the RhinoCleanWashout Booth for an Ink Removal demo using SWG14C-citrus-scented Screen Wash.

Squirt the screen wash onto the screen and begin scrubbing. Scrub on both sides. Very quickly, the ink will begin to emulsify.

With a pressure washer, like the amazing RS1500A, rinse the screen on both sides. To get rid of any residue, apply a bit more SWG145C, scrub and rinse. If you prefer a soy-based product, choose SWG305.

The manual, textile printer used in the demo is a SureCure 5-4/2 combo Conveyor Dryer/Textile Screen Printer from RhinoTech with a 110V.

The RhinoClean Washout Booth is made of Polypro with an aluminum stand.

Soy-based, SWG305 Screen Wash and SWG145C  are excellent options for the final screen wash.

On-Press Wash: PWG122. And, PWG125 is a multi-purpose Press Wash that will also work on card stock, U.V. and Plastisol inks.

Stay tuned for the next in the series that is How-To REMOVE A STENCIL.

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