Having autonomy both in your times and in your designs and way of working, are some of the advantages you get when you decide to set up your own workplace, especially in the art of screen printing. Some choose to rent spaces where they can share some materials or tools, in order to lower production costs. Although if it is more comfortable for you to work on your own and you want to invest in having a place where you can make your designs at your leisure, barbasilkscreenatelier shares with us the 5 basic spaces that your workshop must have: 5 basic spaces for your screen printing workshop by barbasilkscreenatelier 2 1. Work table The work table has to be larger than the screen you are going to occupy to stamp your designs. The table must be stable and with a height of 90 cm.
A clamping system must be installed which allows you to move your screen up and down and easily manipulate the design you are going to print. 5 basic Real Estate Photo Editing spaces for your screen printing workshop by barbasilkscreenatelier 4 2. Drying space Using the floor to leave your designs is uncomfortable and can cause them to get dirty more easily. Use a clothesline or build a shelf or structure where you can leave your work without being aware of external elements (air, dust or other people passing through the workshop).
5 basic spaces for your screen printing workshop by barbasilkscreenatelier 6 3. Water or washing space Depending on whether you are going to insolate and recover your screens in your workshop is the level of complexity that this space must have. It can be a bathtub, a shower or a more prepared area. It can even be a small patio where you have access to a hose. 5 basic spaces for your screen printing workshop by barbasilkscreenatelier