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who took the screen printing out of SGIA?

Posted on Wed, 13 Oct 2004 at 14:05



I know we are joined at the hip with our digital brothers and sisters, but I was saddened by the lack of graphic screen equipment at this year's show. If we look at the steady decline year to year, does this mean next year there will be 85% digital...I heard it was 73% digital equipment/related in the booths this year. Why would screenprinters attend the show if it continues at this rate?

The screen printing process and industry is not dead.

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Andy MacDougall
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Anonymous says: I am still up and amoung them that are in the vertical postion (most of the time) although barely. Going to SGIA next week to teach other printers how to print on the sandpaper. Have not been on here, ...

I am still up and amoung them that are in the vertical postion (most of the time) although barely. Going to SGIA next week to teach other printers how to print on the sandpaper. Have not been on here, or anywhere else much lately for that matter. This was kind of an interesting discussion, sorry I missed it. Have a great one.

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