The latest round of new ephemera prints for sprucing up the studio.
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10 months ago
Way cool Keith!
some serious quality in all of that. crazy good work.
Do you do any silkscreen printing?
@Tim Frame It's been a long time since I have run screens. I did have my PinchFlat poster done by Shout Loud.
@Jivaldi thanks for the kind words.
@Jacob Irwin Much appreciated on the comment.
I have a portable unit you're welcome to borrow over the summer if you want. Am also getting a separate set up for shirts soon if all goes well.
@Tim Frame I'll have to take you up on that. I've been wanting to do shirts for a while as well, so let me know how that works out. Is it self-contained with the tray to shoot the art onto the screen?
These are incredible! The vintage look is crazy popular right now but nobody catches it as well as you do.
@Drew Gliever Thanks Bro. I appreciate that thought.
No, Traxler Tees will burn the screens for $20 each, so I'll just have them do screens. The ones for print projects has a vacuum box base. I'll take a picture next time I'm at school.
@Keith Tatum Bought this unit: http://www.silkscreeningsupplies.com/product/LG2x1N
It's what I used to screen the Car Show Tees. Am planning on expanding it to 4-screen/4-color capability as soon as I can raise the cash. I also bought a flash dryer from Traxler Tees when they recently upgraded their equipment. I can set up and do on-site printing as well.
8 months ago
@Tim Frame You are the man. I've been considering a small run of Type Hunter logo tees. Do you think Traxler would extend the $20 screen pricing to me and do you keep the screens and hang on to them for future runs? That's a sweet set up for sure.
Definitely, They are actually phasing out their 20 X 24 screens pretty soon, because I guess there's a better size that works for their new automated equipment. They also might still have a flash dryer for sale. New screens are only $25. You can get anything you need at Richardson Supply in Grove City.
Let's grab coffee or lunch sometime!
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