T Shirt Printing Vlog: In todays Print Life Vlog we are Teaching a newb how to set up a Multi Color Screen Print Job, I wait and wait for my shirts to show up, and i …
Love you videos!
Hi Cam – I just love watching your videos as I find them very insightful. One particular moment was how you reused the adhesives on you pallets- now time and money will be saved in my shop. thanks for the cool tricks and more power to you bro.
Cam dood – thanks for getting me that info on the tape, much appreciated browski!
Having worked in manufacturing (Cummins Engine Company and Harley Davidson), you'll find out that no matter what you do, whenever you sub out manufacturing you will never truly get what you want.
Or make up a new word: spoob
(Screen Printing noob)
Noob, it's spelled noob… Haha
Hey Cam. Changed my name now, from No to my own name.I would really suggest to move the office in your shop to another location, at best a small storefront somewhere in the City, and make an open shop-office area, like some desks and chairs at the wall in your production shop.You potentially have enough space for an automatic and all the other stuff like dryers, flashes etc.. No need to rent another location where no customer will find you.The storefront location would really get you some customers, and you still have your own space for all the real office work. Makes it more professional, too. What do you think?
What's up can it's sunny from SG printing. Hey man I work at a place called surf and ski in Mesa Arizona we have two automatics and five manuals I know you're looking for contract printing I know we don't do the iron after the under base but maybe you can convince them to start we were looking into it and never did it. The owner's name is Dan
Cam, awesome that you are growing and looking to add more equipment. If you add an automatic press couldn't you do your print jobs "quicker" and keep up with all the work. Also could you hire more help or is subcontracting your work more cost effective for you. Just curious.
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Hey Cam.. I F'n dug this format with more of the guys mixed in. Cool to see. It took me a minute to settle into the print life as it wasn't always print related. But I am certainly a fan now.– James
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