Screen printing printers and films part 2

This is a continuation of the first video on screen printing printers and films from www.silkscreeningsupplies.com. This is valuable information on what types of printers you will want to use and how to get the best print possible for the screen printing process

Comments

  1. rxn1773

    My “film opaquer tool” = sharpie.

  2. laminatedworm

    You don’t have to have a RIP to print a halftone. You can convert the image to half tone via Photoshop and print it directly from the printer. Works perfect every time. Even for 4 color process.

  3. khriz29

    Ur sooo cute! sorry gotta say it 🙂

  4. cali626909

    I have a question. I see him screen printing Bart Simpson to t-shirts,don’t you need copy right permission from fox to be able to sell this t-shirts.

  5. Ryonet

    You may want to do some research on art but the short answer is yes, if you were to sell t-shirts printed with copyrighted material without permission it violates the copyright laws.

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