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Filtration Systems for Screen Printers

 

filtration 4 This guy loves to talk about and show you why a Filtration System is a Screen Printing shop must-have and how it can help home-based, store-front, graphics and commercial screen printers meet rules and policies regarding the liquid that can safely go down the drain. Watch a step-by-step video for the full picture. And, check out this thumbs-up Filtration System product review video by Catspit Productions.

Filtration System Options from RhinoTech

 

Filter Media and Discharge Pumps

18252-free2bshipping2btruck Free shipping opportunities are available with a $50 purchase when shipped in the contiguous U.S.A. And, we ship world-wide.

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These should be screen printed!

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What a face!  by Dottie Gleason

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Love Duet by Lessy Sebastain

(http://500px.com/photo/7079806).

Inspiring finds for screen printers!  Thanks for checking this out!

Do you want to learn how to coat a screen easily with no mess?

This step-by-step, straight forward educational video on “Screen Coating 101” offers students, beginner printers and those researching how to screen print the simple techniques needed to perfect this job. Products and equipment are also highlighted, so that the process is wholly demystified.

Thanks to RhinoTech for sharing this latest information as part of the company’s newest series of training videos. Check them out @ youtube.com/rhinotechcompany, facebook.com/rhinotech, twitter.com/rhinomitemn, rhinoblast.blogspot.com and other social media sites. 888.717.4466; http://www.rhinotechinc.com. Thanks for watching and subscribing.

Exposing a Screen 101!

Greg Markus of RhinoTech offers yet another wildly entertaining and educational video on the fine art of ‘how-to expose/develop a screen’. This necessary part of screen printing can be a bit daunting, initially, for a beginner, a student, a hobbyist, so Greg has taken the time to demystify the process and walk the viewer through the basic steps. Products and equipment are also identified to ensure complete success! Thanks for watching and subscribing!

http://www.rhinotechinc.com; youtube.com/rhinotechcompany, facebook.com/rhinotech.

Your Company is Branded…Now What?

After all the arduous work  – or just great luck –  of coming up with a brand and slogan that will burn into brains of potential consumers, now comes the “follow-up” part. And this is the part that will help to ensure longevity of your company and what it sells, sustainability of your livelihood and customers; excitement and encouragement to meet the beginning of each new business day. It’s called INTERACTION! And this needs to be accomplished each and every on-line day via all your current and new social interaction tools such as Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest, Foursquare and all the other sites you use to attract and keep customers interested, informed and excited about your company.

And now we diverge. Please click on the “new rules of branding” as compiled by Inc.com (even though this was written a year ago, it still holds true). And be sure to watch for these words: Consistent, Excel, Dive in, Social Media, Respond and Showcase, because these are the words, thoughts and deeds that will keep us all up and running on a spectacular course in the business world, no matter the size of the company.

And I have just one more tip to add: as part of the follow-up, become  hugely thank you-based. That means, send out thanks for comments/posts, include a TY note w/a packing list when an order is shipped and again when you know it’s been received. And, if an option, dare I say, actually telephone in a personal thanks for the customer’s business.

It’s good to share your thoughts and experiences. Thanks for reading and subscribing, as always.

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