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I think this would be really cool...

 
 

Charlie came home after working at his Supervisors job at an aerospace company and started talking about how they were silk screening parts with their part numbers. He made some passing remark about how he thought it would be really cool to do on shirts. I replied, "Uh huh, yeah. Take the baby." We both have a lot of hobbies and I figured this would peter out and something else would take its place. A few months later, he made an exposure unit with a light bulb in our basement with our 5 year old son. Again, "I think this would be really cool!" Eventually, he wanted to upgrade to an actual press and exposure unit. He went out and got a night job. After 4 months of working 50 -60 hours a week at his regular job then collecting trash from peoples apartment buildings until 1 in the morning, we were finally able to purchase our first press. A 4 x 4 Riley Hopkins from Ryonet. The Green Machine helped Charlie hone his craft and eventually, after much prodding, I decided to jump on the bandwagon. After many mistakes and much learning, we have gotten better and better and upgraded to new equipment. Our prints are soft, crisp and clean. We work hard and we still think this is really cool.