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Free Plans & Information
This is a very impressive website for free plans to build a 4 color, 1 station manual screen printing press. The site has detailed explanations and illustrations as well as close up photos of a built and well used press. It is a rare thing when someone offers such detailed instructions on how to build your own press for free. You can even buy the hardware in a package and supply the lumber yourself. Contact and purchasing information is on the website. This is a must to check out!
Creators: © Michael Phipps and © Dan Mitchell
Plans Prepared by: © Michael Phipps
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This is a very detailed instructional tutorial complete with images and specifications for making a modern skate board screen printing press. This is a general guide to making a skate board press as far as shape so some calculations may be necessary to configure this to your particular board. Copyright © 2007-2013 DIYskate.com
Do you want to see some really professionally homemade screen printing equipment? Then check out Steve at ScreenPrintingGuy.Com. He has put up information about a washout booth, light table and a press that he built in his home. Steve does not have any plans for these items but he will answer questions about them. Check it out! © 2007-2009 screenprintingguy.com
Here is a website that has plans for purchase. They include a belt dryer, flash cure unit and an exposure unit. The quality of the plans is unknown. You’ll have to do your research. Copyright © 2005 - 2010 BoomStrike Screen Printing Equipment E-Plans.
How To Screen Print Overviews
In this series of free craft videos from eHow.com, a screen printer takes you through all of the steps involved in creating a screen-printed t-shirt using a paper stencil. Melina Piroso, from eHow.com begins with an overview of screen printing basics and then discusses all of the steps involved in the process. Copyright © 1999-2010 eHow, Inc.
This is a link to a very cool step by step instructional on how to screen print for the do it yourselfer. It has excellent photographs for each step. All contents © 2004 Erich S. Lehman. Photography and assistance by Dana M. Busch.
Here is a link to a great “how to screen print” article by Shannon Gerard on Jim Munroe’s blog. This is a pretty thorough how to essay with information about simple artwork.
Here is a very cool blog about using a paper stencil to make a screen print. This is a very well done how to blog that has great photo's which cover the positive and negative parts of the paper stencil. Craft Chi 2009. craftchi.com
How To Screen Print Posters using Rubylith By Fecal Face. © 2008 FECAL FACE DOT COM
This is a great website dedicated to all kinds of do it yourself arts, crafts, cooking and so much more. Here are a couple of links for how to screen print at home instructions. These are cool step by step articles with photos. © 2009 Instructables.com
Here is a home brew for screen printing tee shirts at home. Here the writer uses non soluble glue to create the stencil rather than drawing fluid or block out. This is a very simple yet effective technique but is labor intensive in creating the stencil. This is a great low cost method. Copyright © 1999-2009 LiveJournal, Inc. All rights reserved.
Print At Home & Hobby Supplies
These supply sources are geared for the print at home screen printer. If you are looking for professional grade supplies, please visit the Print Supplies page.
The great and most sought after Speedball screen printing equipment and supplies for the fine artist and home based printer. You will have to use their store locator to find a vendor near you. They do not sell directly from this website. Copyright 2006, Speedball Art Company.
How to Screen Print the Speedball® Way - PDF (338 KB)
Screen printing instructions. You can save this PDF to your hard drive
This is a link to Ruels. Ruels is an art supply store with some special attention to screen printing at home. They offer an overview of what you will need on this page and you can buy many of the supplies they recommend there. © Copyright Reuel's Distribution all rights reserved.
Dick Blick is an excellent source for all kinds of art supplies. They have a pretty nice section for screen printing at home. Dick Blick Art Materials®, Blick®, Blick Studio®, and Artists Pick Blick® are registered trademarks of Dick Blick Holdings Inc. © Copyright 1999–2009 Dick Blick Holdings Inc. All rights reserved.
Art Supply Warehouse is another general art supply store. This is their section on supplies for screen printing at home. © 2009 ASWeXpress.com.
And yet another art supply for the home based screen printer. There is also a blog portion of this site with how to articles and posts. © 2009 Utrecht Art Supplies.