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  • M&R Introduces the VictoryOne® Oval Press

    M&R Introduces the VictoryOne® Oval Press



    The M&R Companies are pleased to introduce the VictoryOne® automatic oval screen printing press.
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  • Computer-to-Screen Systems

    Computer-to-Screen Systems


    Computer-to-screen (CTS) systems have been available to screen printing shops for nearly a quarter century. As with most new technologies, early versions were expensive, prone to problems, and lacking in features. Only in recent years has CTS become a mature technology.

    As the technology became more popular and competition among manufacturers increased, prices stabilized or declined, while features and performance steadily grew. At the same time, labor costs, especially that of skilled labor, continued to...
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  • M&R's Miami Branch Offers Basic Screen Printing Course

    M&R's Miami Branch Offers Basic Screen Printing Course

    The M&R Companies are pleased to offer a two-day course in basic screen printing at the company’s branch office in Miami, Florida from April 28-29, 2017.
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  • How to Choose a Manual Screen Printing Press

    How to Choose a Manual Screen Printing Press




    And while those new to screen printing have the most to learn, we'll cover a number of principles that far too many experienced screen printers fail to consider...
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  • M&R Adds the DigiTone™ Halftone Filter to M-Link DTG Printers

    M&R Adds the DigiTone™ Halftone Filter to M-Link DTG Printers

    M&R is pleased to announce the introduction of the DigiTone™ halftone filter to its line of direct-to-garment printers.

    Direct-to-garment (DTG) printers—including M&R’s M-Link and M-Link X—typically use dithering, which creates smoother color transitions than the halftone method used in 4-color process screen printing of full-color images. And for most DTG printing, dithering will remain the preferred setting.
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