I hope this proves to be a useful video for you all. I get this question a lot even though this may seem obvious to some of you. But follow along and you’ll probably learn something 😉 Oh and can you spot the anomaly? One of these things does not belong and is not usual to see in my videos. What is it? I’ll give you a hint: I was working and forgot.
This educational video is about how to place multiple pieces of art on one sheet of film and/or one screen. Here we discuss a simple yet not so obvious way of using an entire screen or piece of film. Follow along as I walk you through the entire method and make screens. See how I cut film and how I place multiple pieces of art onto one screen printing screen. This method can save a bit of time and money especially in a commercial shop. You can squeeze smaller pieces of art onto screens with the space to allow it. A standard 20×24 screen can usually be set up with a full front or back print along with a left chest print and even a foam trucker hat print. Many small businesses are set up this way even when the customer only is ordering a front only print. That way when they reorder the left chest is already set up. That is of course if you plan on cataloging screens. If you’re just starting out making screens for printing tee shirts then you’ll want to watch this very informative tutorial video.
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