Screen Printing: Small Manual Textile Shop Electrical Tips

Alright then, here is the latest educational screen printing video from Catspit Productions, LLC. Since a lot of our audience includes people who are just starting out in screenprinting I thought it would be helpful to go over some of the electrical needs you may require to set up a small manual textile screen printing shop. Whether you are setting up at home or using a small commercial space, this is a basic guide to powering up your own shop.

This is educational screen printing is called, “Screen Printing: Small Manual Textile Shop Electrical Tips” which will take you through a guided tour of the small manual textile printing shop and its electrical needs. You’ll get to take a look at each of the essential pieces of equipment and learn about the electrical requirements they may have. Find out about 110 and 220 power and what it means to use either in your home or commercial shop. Find out the main reason we use 220 power to run the infrared belt dryers. You’ll also get a look at nay electrical needs a washout booth might have. That’s right; besides water and a drain you may need some juice for your washout booth. What about a heat press? In this video you’ll learn why it is often necessary to use a dedicated fuse for your heat press. If you are looking to build your own small manual screenprinting shop at home or in a commercial space then you need to watch this video.

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