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Need Shirts Silkscreened?

Posted on Fri, 15 Nov 2002 at 14:17



I am experienced in the manual silk screening industry as I have all the equipment in my basement at home, however finding jobs to do is a challenge being such a small company.
If you need shirts or anything else silkscreened, or even just someone to do the designs, please contact me and I will give you a quote.
I am based in Ontario, Canada...
If you live in the States I will, depending on the size of the order, pay the shipping costs myself.
Thanks.

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Anonymous says: Can you email me with prices for lets say 2 dz black shirts with printing on the front only? Andrea Heins wrote: posted on: Tue, 12/24/2002 - 1:59am
Anonymous says: I have been unable to find anyone that con just burn some screens for me and give me technical support as needed. We are trying to print Thermochromic ink on some building materials (plywood, etc) to ...

I have been unable to find anyone that con just burn some screens for me and give me technical support as needed. We are trying to print Thermochromic ink on some building materials (plywood, etc) to see if we can use the ink to show heat flow through materials and assemblies. Click here for the ink specifications (http://www.ctiinks.com/tech/docs/pdf/Data/DataScreenUV.pdf). We have been unable to find anyone that will just burn screens for us and answer some questions for us (ie. What is the best way to clean the screens and cure the ink?). I was wondering if you would be interested.

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posted on: Sun, 01/05/2003 - 12:42pm
Anonymous says: andrea please email me, i am interested in your services... rod posted on: Thu, 01/09/2003 - 6:41pm
Anonymous says: Full color is what I need.... How much per shirt? posted on: Fri, 01/31/2003 - 8:46pm
Anonymous says: I have the same ink and am searching for a capable printer as well, for a different application. If you find anyone to help you, please advise and I will do the same. Very frustrating. posted on: Sun, 11/13/2005 - 3:17am

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