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The History of Screen Printing - PB Leisurewear

Did you know though that this process is far from new? In fact, screen printing was first documented as being used in China during the period 960–1279 AD!!

Henry VIII: Defender of the Faith

Ask anyone to name an English monarch, and Henry VIII is likely to spring to mind. Now perhaps best known for his six marriages and habit of executing those closest to him, in the sixteenth century he was famous for being named ‘Defender of the Faith’ by Pope Leo X in 1521. 808 more words


Printing: VanDyke Brown

We’re gonna focus on a process in lieu of a location for this post, in honor of today’s eclipse.  Meet the VanDyke Brown, a sunshiny, surreal, and slightly magical process for printing photos on a variety of materials without a darkroom.   159 more words


Markforged announces two 3D printers that produce items as strong as steel

Markforged, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Boston, has just announced two new models — the X3 and the X5. Both of these printers are designed to create carbon fiber-infused objects using a standard filament printing system and both can produce items that can replace or are stronger than steel objects. 301 more words


Printing digression

I’ve produced my very first woodcut print. Hadn’t really planned to. I saw a lovely photograph of a black-headed seagull in the Café on Brownsea Island. 142 more words

Life Drawing

printing labels, etc.

by Daniel Villarreal – youcanlinux@gmail.com

For writing to CD- and DVD-ROM discs directly, in Linux, you can use Lightscribe technology. Luckily I still have Lightscribe software for Linux in my software collection. 58 more words


Booklets: Yamaha Off Road Experiences

Yamaha. A multinational corporation and conglomerate that produces some of the finest engines, motorbikes – and even musical instruments – in the world. At Fisherprint, we have held the Yamaha contract for around ten years, supplying booklets, magazines and pamphlets both nationwide and further afield.  323 more words