Bought your first press and wondering what comes next? Screen Printing 150 is a comprehensive screen printing course covering every aspect of screen printing, from screen prep to reclaim. Learn the basics of printing in a user-friendly, free course and hone your skills at your own pace. Packed with information, extra resources, and free downloads, this course is built for novice printers to jumpstart their screen printing hobby or side-hustle. Get started today with free education made by screen printers, for screen printers.
Taking an online course means you get to learn when it's most convenient for you. Once you've purchased the course, you will be able to access the course on your account.
INCLUDED IN THE COURSE:
- 13 beginner-friendly modules teaching the screen printing process
- Access to further education and helpful products
- Quizzes to test your knowledge
- Setting up the darkroom
- Selecting mesh counts
- Coating and burning screens
- Picking the right shirt
- Understanding the different types of screen printing ink
- Setting up a job
- Printing techniques
- Packaging order for the customer
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How to Screen Print with a Kit: 150 Edition Online Course
Unfortunately, I've not had time to complete this course with trying to setup my new screen printing shop and all, but the parts I did complete were very informative and actually persuaded me to go ahead and make the leap. I'm sure I'll be using this course for some time to come as I refer back and try to overcome the issues I'll probably be facing with the learning curve.