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Thread: cylinder jig

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    Default cylinder jig

    Anyone have a homemade or some sort of a jig for cylinder printing we are doing a small run for a project and might be interested in buying one?

    Oh yes i have searched the posts and the only one i found was from 2002..


    thanks

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    AWfucking T has one I think. Miller Process had one. Not sure if they still make it. also a few of those combopad printer/screenprinter hand presses, can't hink f manufacturers.

    the come up used on classified forums sometimes, try posting on U.S. Screen Print & Inkjet Technology or wwwscreenweb.com
    or do a search on the virtual trade show on SGIA - Specialty Graphic Imaging Association go through their product categories it will be in there and give you mfgs/distributors.
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    Skate board wheels and Milk crates. Wheels get attached the sides of the milk crates. Screen slides on top of the crates. A little double stick tape on the bottom of your screen should grab the cylander in non-print area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeegeethree View Post
    Skate board wheels and Milk crates. Wheels get attached the sides of the milk crates. Screen slides on top of the crates. A little double stick tape on the bottom of your screen should grab the cylander in non-print area.
    whoa, you need to explain that a lot more, maybe with diagrams. sounds interesting.
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    I just made that up cause we all have those bits I'm sure. Key point is how to keep the squeegee in place. Not sure about that.

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    duct tape uber alles
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