Build a Hanging Print Drying Rack

DIY Print Drying Rack

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If you’re printing posters on flatstock (AKA paper) you’ll need a way to air dry them. You can either get an expensive wire shelving rack (seriously these things are so expensive for whatever reason) or you can hang dry them similar to a clothesline. Today I’ll show you how to make a cheap DIY print drying […]

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Make a DIY Exposure Unit

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As I continue to build my garage screen printing shop, I’m always looking for ways to save space. I wanted to build my own DIY exposure unit, but I didn’t want it to take up a lot of floor space at the same time. So I looked to the heavens, or at my garage ceiling […]

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Making a DIY Squeegee Rack on the Cheap

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Ahh, thrifting. The dark art of saving money. My mom used to take me to thrift stores a lot as a kid. Like a whole lot. Maybe too much. For the longest time I thought it was normal for everything you own to smell like moth balls. I actually miss those thrifting days. It was pretty […]

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How to Build A Screen Printing Washout Booth

Screen Printing Wash Out Booth

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I’m still chipping away at building a screen printing shop in my garage one project at a time. This time I show you how to build a screen printing washout booth for cheap using stuff you can grab at Home Depot or around your own house for about $60. I’m really happy with this screen printing washout […]

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4 Awesome Home Made DIY Screen Printing Projects

DIY Screen Printing Projects

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I’m a big fan of hacks. I love computer hacks, I love the movie Hackers, and Hacksaw Jim Duggan is my favorite wrestler. My cat hacks up a hairball? I dont care! I just love hacks! Hacks are awesome because they’re life’s lil shortcuts to save you time and money. And I’m always on the […]

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How to Build a Cheap Screen Printing Cart

DIY Screen Printing Cart

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If you didnt know, my first press comes from the DIY Screen Print Kit. Its a one color table-top press (unboxing video here) which means you need a table top to mount it to. Or I guess you could lay it in your lap? I could use any old table or I could buy an […]

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