Hello and welcome! Now, before we go any further, I’d like you to take a second to read the questions below:

  • Do you want to start making money by printing and selling t-shirts?

  • Do you want to print multiple colors on t-shirts, posters, tote bags, cloth, etc?

  • Are on a tight budget and need a cheaper alternative?

  • Do you have limited space for a regular screen printing press?

  • Are you tired of wasting time looking at complex and confusing plans on the internet?

If you answered YES to ANY of the questions above, I have just the thing for you!

My name’s Alex and I’m a self-taught screen printer, business owner, and DIY enthusiast. Today, I’m going to show you my proven step-by-step plans to building a screen printing press by using tools and items you already have in your home or garage. I’ll show you how easy it is to construct what people are paying hundred$$$ of dollars, for less than $50 bucks! Sounds good? Then read on!

The Web is Full of Contradicting & Confusing Facts

I had spent countless hours and tiresome weeks researching websites, reading forums, and mulling over manuals, plans, and guides from all over the net – you probably know what I’m talking about!

In the beginning, things were great and exciting when I decided to build my own screenprinting press. However, I slowly got sucked in to ‘information overload’. Most of what I found were conflicting and just pure junk!

Some plans needed a large space to build; some required complex or complicated parts, others would costs a significant amount up front, and more often than not, I felt discouraged and unmotivated. To make things worst, I managed to convince myself that I needed to read more. In fact, all I was doing was ‘busy work’ – a simple excuse to feed my procrastination. This was truly blocking any progress.

Building a Functional & Cost- effective Solution

After 8 long weeks, I decided that I couldn’t sit in front of my computer and waste precious time. I had to make my move now so I decided to build my own screen printing press with whatever information I got.

Over the next week, I build a 1-color press from scratch. I modified it with tips I got on the internet and that turned out great! For a few days…unfortunately, I outgrew its functionality within the same week.

With enough experience to make a brilliant 1 color press, I started building a 4-color 1-station press. This was the first prototype that I had tweaked and modified to become the actual press of which my guide is now based on.

3 marking off 1

In building the press, I kept 4 things in mind:

  1. every movable part had to be simple to construct
  2. it had to be cheap and readily available to use
  3. it could be taken apart and refitted as easy as an Ikea bookshelf
  4. it could produce results like any entry level press in the market

If I arrived at something that did not meet the 4 requirements, I scraped it and went back to the drawing board.

Today, the press has gone through countless tweaks, modifications and enhancements. Most suggestions and feedback came from friends, the online screen printing community and other DIY enthusiasts. This guide is a compilation of all the hard work I’ve put in, complete with the best methods, techniques, tips, and virtually everything I’ve ever done from day 1. This guide will definitely give you the head start that I didn’t have!

Community Support And What Others Have Said

From a few discussion threads, people came to know what I was building. By the time word got out, my press was a pretty solid workhorse. Those who were interested had requested for a copy of my plans so I gave them to a few close friends.

Not a week went by and I received a random email from a community member who got hold of my plans from one of my friends. He acknowledged my efforts, and had asked for my Paypal address to make a small donation as a token of his appreciation.

I’ve been offered money before, but this time it confirmed my thoughts of putting up the guide for sale. It didn’t take me long to rewrite a new version, and soon after, I posted it up on a tiny site called eBay.

My little sales experiment gave me quite a surprise. Not only did I have a chance to meet other enthusiasts, but I realized I was helping people reach their goals faster! Here are what some people had to say on Ebay after buying the guide:

“Thanks *so* much for this pictorial guide! It’s exactly what I was after- to see whether this was something I’d be able to do without spending loads of money!” – Brekkon MacKenzie

“Very fast and really helpful. The instructions that I got were comprehensive”- graphicgirl05

“Very useful info, Good transaction. Many thanks!!” – canarsie_boy

“Good description with excellent information AAA+++” – ellandrod

“Excellent! Great How-To! Thumbs Up!” – misterscreenprint

“Good little book, Saved me a fortune!” – elck0

“Many Thanks – Good guide for making your own screen printing press!” – vinylbrown77

But don’t take my word for it, have a look at more testimonials (this links to my actual ebay feedback) from people who have bought earlier versions of my screen printing plans.

ebay testimonials

Your Future is in your hands

ebook cover of how to build a 4 color cheap screen printing press!In this 25-page manual (now in it’s 5th edition), You get tried, tested and revised techniques on how to construct the same thing people usually pay hundreds for (a 4 color printing press on eBay costs USD300 and up).

I’ve created easy to follow steps and added big glossy pictures for anyone to comprehend from start to finish. In addition, I’ve left personal tips and suggestions so you’ll understand why I’ve done certain things a certain way. Not only will you get the overview of the process, but will know what tools and materials are needed so you can prepare, plan and budget for the entire project.

Being able to do this, you ultimately save time, the hassle of testing, and more importantly, money! And what better place to do this than at home!?

Remember, here’s what you’ll get:

  • Tried and tested methods from community of screen printers!
  • Step-by-step instructions in pictures!
  • A list of tools and equipment you need to build your press so you can prepare a budget.
  • An overview from A- Z even before you start so you can plan the project!
  • A jumpstart to achieving your goals faster!

Full 30-Day Money Back Guarantee!

The 30 day money back guarantee stickerI’ll give you a 30-day money back guarantee! If you can actually tell me that this guide didn’t help you one bit I’ll issue you a full refund, no questions asked. With this, there are no more reasons for you not to get this guide, only excuses.

Fine Print

All the information, methods, and tools suggested in this manual are AS-IS, without any warranties or guarantees. Though I strive for perfection, and always test the validity and effectiveness of the methods and tools, I assume no responsibility for your use. The author will not be liable for any special, incidental, and consequential or indirect damages of any reason of any kind. All use is completely at your own risk. Reproduction, or translation of materials in this manual without the author’s written permission is prohibited. Reselling, and distributing the materials of this manual is considered copyright infringement and is strictly prohibited. No content may be reproduced without the express written permission of the author (me!).

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