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    Default How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit

    How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit By Scott and Pat Fresener was recommended to me by a guy at Victory Factory, even though I'm printing posters, not T-shirts.

    They also have a dvd demo on how to set up your shop. The book + disc sell for about $90. Has anybody checked this stuff out? Do you think it's worth that kind of money?

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    Just get the book. I actually made my first 4c t-shirt press from the plans in the back of the book.

    I already knew how to print though.

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    Default Re: How to Print T-Shirts for Fun and Profit

    i had that book at one point durring college but who knows where it's now.

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    great book. skip the dvd.

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    persoanlly i don't think that book is all that hot but i got after i knew how to print halfway decent. but i can see it being pretty good for someone that is green to printing. i dunno i guess i just expected more from something they called the screen printing bible. and that scotyt fressner guy kinda seems like a turd but i dunno...

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    I've skimmed through it and bought a few other similar books. Waste of money in my opinion. Search through these forums and you'll find far better advice and particulars then you will in any of those books. Unless, of course, you know absolutely nothing about the process to begin with.

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    The best thing that book is good for are the equipment plans in the back of the book.

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