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    Default Screen Printing How-To, Popular Mecanics 1944

    Just thought I'd pass this one along.

    http://www.terrellthornhill.com/down...tingPM1944.pdf

    AndyMac: You remember this one, right?

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    I have a book by him. Apparently, facebook has one of his presses!
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    Todo es empezar.

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    A Profitable Hobby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    I have a book by him. Apparently, facebook has one of his presses!
    Is it the book that shows you how to build a bunch of different presses including a cylinder press? I just found a copy of that recently, but I'm not sure where I put it. It's super cool.

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    tha might be the Harry Hiett book. Biegeleison's book was a standard for years, I think it is still around, very popular in schools, from Dover. Biegeleisen and Cohn, 'Silk Screen Techniques'. One of my favorite passages is where he recommends you don't wear gloves during washup, as they 'hamper natural movement and they in turn represent a problem in cleaning.'

    Hiett's book is awesome. I think Steve Walters posted some pages from it in the forums a few years back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crosshair View Post
    A Profitable Hobby!
    how's your hobby coming along dan??!!
    +++++ POWERSLIDE DESIGN CO. +++++ facebook +++++ aka: mike klay

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    Profitable!

    ...for a hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    tha might be the Harry Hiett book. Biegeleison's book was a standard for years, I think it is still around, very popular in schools, from Dover. Biegeleisen and Cohn, 'Silk Screen Techniques'. One of my favorite passages is where he recommends you don't wear gloves during washup, as they 'hamper natural movement and they in turn represent a problem in cleaning.'

    Hiett's book is awesome. I think Steve Walters posted some pages from it in the forums a few years back.

    There is another version of the Biegeleisen book I have at home, it's got a whole section on running a printing business and related business information. There's a long passage about employees and smoking "the busy screen shop is not an ideal environment for the habitual smoker, as they take a puff, put down their cigarette and remove the ashes with the gesture of a country squire; This contrasts with the busy nature of the work required" it then goes on to discuss if kerosene or gasoline is better to clean up your ink with. It's essentially a worthless book.

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    That x-mas card in there is kinda classy. Thanks for sharing Thorny.

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    liquid tusche sounds like a personal problem

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