Precise Screen Printing Posts

One of the things I have loved doing, ever since I was a kid, was screen printing t shirts. When I was a lot younger, my mom used to help me out with it. You see, I was quite the artist as a kid, and I would not restrict myself to drawing on paper. I liked to draw on my clothes most of all. I was very proud of the art that I was making, and I wanted to show it off by wearing it. My mom was very smart. Rather than getting into a big fight with me about drawing and painting on my clothes, she showed me how to screen print t shirts. It was a great bonding activity, and it took me in a more creative, less messy direction.

We would use a pretty primitive setup for screen printing t shirts. A lot of people do not really understand how simple it can be. Anyone can screen print a t shirt with nothing but a nylon sheet stretched over a frame, some glue, some ink, and an iron. You block out the design with glue on the nylon, put the t shirt right against the frame, and dribble the ink through. Then you iron it to set it permanently. That is really all there is to it.

Of course, that method is good for screen printing a t shirt. You can even get by with doing a couple dozen that way. If you are going to do some serious, professional printing in bulk, however, you need a more sophisticated way of doing things. The problem is that a professional silk screen costs a whole lot of money. They start out at about $4,000 dollars, and they go up from there. They also take up a lot of room, and you need to know about the machine if you want to be able to use it right and repair it when it goes wrong.

That is why, when I started a business screen printing t shirts, I decided to shop my shirts out to some screen printer shops. At first I found a local shop that was able to do small batches of 50 shirts or so for me, but soon I was printing out big runs. I found a shop online that specialized in screen printing t shirts in bulk. When I was ordering hundreds of shirts at once, it just made more sense economically to use them for my business.

Creative, design inspired individuals will love our new Yudu screen printing system. “What can Yudu?” is the strapline that Provo Craft uses for this product, well – it turns out that the incredible Yudu machine can actually do quite a lot. If you’re having trouble finding clothes with logos that appeal to you or artwork that you would actually put on your wall, then screen printing is the solution. It’s a way to create logos and prints that are just the way you like them and all your own. The Yudu screen printing system can basically imprint your unique design on any flat surface you want to decorate. So not only can you decorate t shirts, you can also decorate posters, books, art prints, cards, party invitations, tote bags, school projects and much more. And not only is it doable, it’s also easy. As long as you have a computer, an ink jet printer and some creative ideas you’re good to go.

The Yudu screen printing system comes with the Yudu machine, a t shirt, an ink jet transparency, a mesh screen, a squeegee, some black ink, a Platen adhesive sheet, an emulsion sheet, and an instructional DVD and user manual to help you out. All of the components included ensure that your screen printing experience is as easy and painless as possible. Screen printing can get really frustrating when the ink runs, or it fades away, it bleeds through, it doesn’t print neatly, the bottle gets plugged up, it ruins the screen, and the whole process is just one big mess. Yudu takes care of these problems by making its materials high quality, functional and reusable. The ink is water based so that it washes away easily, and it’s mixed so that the image will come out nice and crisply. The bottle has a screw off top so that it doesn’t get plugged up and waste ink, and the screens can be used again because the ink doesn’t ruin them. You just won’t get the same results with non Yudu textile or fashion ink, whether it’s in quality or versatility.

With the amazing Yudu machine, screen printing hassles are an annoying thing of the past. Don’t be afraid to express yourself—you don’t have to worry about your designs not coming out the way you planned them, if you plan to buy a Yudu screen printing system anytime soon. So now that you know what you can do, what will Yudu?