following the suggestions of many people here, i decided to start with the manual screenprinting table 50x70, with arm lift.
I don't know how to start my project so any suggestion is welcome.
Basically i want to build a vacuum table 50x70, with microregistrations and create the structure for the arm lift, to help me during the printing (i'm planning to stamp an high number of prints liek adesives, boxes, bags and so on).
I've always seen the arm lift positioned along the long side of table. Is positioned in this way to print with the inks vertically (relative to the final direction of the substrate) or not? I explain better: If you have an A4 paper and you color it vertically, the lines of the coloration are less visible than if you color is horizontally (i believe this is a "problem" of the percepition of our brain).
I'm saying this because I'd like to create an arm lift bound to a double binary, to prevent distortions of the arm lift during the time and above all spending less energy possible during the manual printing.
I want to build a professional screenprinting table!
I will be happy to project all the table with you all here online, listening for the suggestions and tips of you all. I will share the final plan with you all and with everyone want to download it.
How does want to help me?
ps. It's my first equipment, but I planned to build also the vacuum frame, the dryer for the screen and the washbooth (but for this i've alredy seen a plan here..however we can reproject it.