5 Ways to Make a Screen With Merchmakr

by Gary Jurman December 15, 2014

Five ways to get your image on the screen. Shows burning a screen using the Merchmakr Exposure unit. Ways featured are drawing on the screen after it has been coated with emulsion, cutting out your own stencil from paper, using pre-made shapes, painting on the screen using the waterbased ink that comes with Merchmakr kit, and printing a film on waterproof inkjet transparency and then applying that to the screen. All techniques are used on the same screen, and then the screen is exposed and used to print team t-shirts.
Gary Jurman
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