Allmade Tri-blend Colors: Rise Up Red
Rise Up to action and challenge the status quo with this light red heather tri-blend. Great for all seasons and a close match to many school and brand colors. Rise Up red is an easy choice for light or dark graphics in a variety of styles and applications.
The color spoke toShirtSpace.com, online distributor of blank t-shirt apparel, who shares roots with Ryonet. The Allmade mission inspired them to fund this color through our IndieGoGo campaign. Both inspiring the call to action and a nod to Portland’s only pro ball team.
Weight: Approx 4.2 Ounce
Polyester Dye: None
Natural Fiber Dye: GOTS Certified Light Red
Dischargeability: C+/B- due to the more challenging discharge nature of a lighter or brighter green dye but still creating a very consistent result which is unlike many other brighter red garments.
Dye Migration: None
Screen Mesh: 156-230 mesh for a nice soft and pliable ink deposit. If possible, use thin thread mesh for more control over your print deposit.
Ink Type: While all ink types can be used, Water Base inks are preferable since they have a super soft finish and drape with the fabric when worn.
Flash: Flash long enough to evaporate the water in WB inks. You should not need to exceed 220 degrees and 10 seconds. Ink should be dry to the touch. Plastisol should be around 180-220 degrees for under 6 seconds depending on the ink used. Ink should be tack free and not dry to the touch.
Curing: Follow manufacturers cure recommendations. There are many different inks with different cure temps on the market. These temps range from 250-320 degrees. Do not exceed 350 degrees on the garment and do not exceed more than 3 min 30 seconds cure time within your dryer.
For optimal soft hand printing: Incorporate a smoothing screen, an Iron, or a tool like the Stampinator to smooth out your prints and help create a thinner and more pliable print.
Wear and Wash Instructions
For best results, hand wash or machine wash inside out on gentle cycle and hang dry or dry on low. Do not bleach.