T-shirt process

tbuckalew14

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Nov 20, 2011
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Here is a quick look at some of the pre print process. Enjoy.

Starts with creating color separable artwork.
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From the art film positives are created for each color(including a white underbase for dark goods)
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Films are then lined up using a grid and placed onto our screen burner.
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Then we pick out which mesh screen to use and place it into the screen burner.
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After burning it's taken to a sink to be washed out. And we're left with this.
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Now to pick out a red and blue ink.
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I'll post a few more tomorrow of setting up the press and then printing.
 

STLtrailbSS

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Dec 4, 2011
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Can not wait T shirts and some decals from voltage doesn't get much better
 

tbuckalew14

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Hotness said:
Unless those papers under the bench have been laying around since 1975, I think there may be a little wishful thinking going on :rotfl:

We do a few professional teams. Samples need to start being worked on as playoffs begin. There is a huge pile of eagles/phillies/flyers stuff sitting on my i'll never need again shelf, but don't want to toss away for some reason.
 

gmctodd

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Jan 8, 2012
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tbuckalew14 said:
We do a few professional teams. Samples need to start being worked on as playoffs begin. There is a huge pile of eagles/phillies/flyers stuff sitting on my i'll never need again shelf, but don't want to toss away for some reason.

I think you can stop the press on the Steeler superbowl shirts:rotfl:
 

07ChevyTruck

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Dec 5, 2011
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Thanks for the information.
 

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