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Any Professional Silkscreeners?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by kbp68, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Feb 9, 2012 at 9:17 PM

    kbp68 [OP] hey...I can change this!

    May 16, 2008
    TRD Off Road DC/SB
    3" Pro Comp Lift/Level, ARB Winch Bumper, Superwinch UT3000,White Sport Grille, Bedliner'd rocker panels, Draw-Tite brake controller
    I'm considering buying a silkscreen set up to start a home based business.

    Pros-I have artistic abilities
    -I have computer skills (autoCAD draftsman by trade)
    -I have a strong desire to do something artistic
    -I have a strong desire to be my own boss

    Cons-I know nothing about silkscreening
    -I live in a small town (pop.2500?)

    Anybody in TW in the business that could give me some advise on equipment and the business in general?
  2. Feb 9, 2012 at 10:30 PM
    Krazie Sj

    Krazie Sj Resident Jackass

    Oct 9, 2008
    First Name:
    Power Serge
    LV-426 (Acheron)
    07 TRD Off Road 4x4
    Borla Catback Exhaust, Snorkel, 33s on either 16's or 18's, ARB Bumper, All Pro LT w/Walker Evan Shocks front and back, All Pro expedition leaf pack, 10,000lb Superwinch, Intake Manifold Spacer, Bed Rack with ARB RTT, Rotopack and Hi Lift mounted, Husky Liner mats and an air freshener from 1995.
    Hit up bands. If you can get them tshirts and shit fast and cheap they'll take you for every shirt you can pump out. I don't know much, but my buddy does it as a hobby and he's really good at it. He has a few friends who are professional silk screeners and use the octopus as they call it.

    Actually thinking back I have another buddy who did it professionally as well. Made me a sweet Weyland Yutani one for my birthday.

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