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Ever wanted to print durable, good looking T-shirts or other fabrics, but do not have access to silkscreening equipment? Individual shirts for your hackerspace, your political movement or your band? This is a short introduction to a new fabric printing technique involving a 3D printer for making printing plates and just a few Euros worth of supplies. No mess, no dangerous chemistry, no expensive tools (other than the 3D printer). I have prepared several designs to demonstrate the technique, and I brought several Designs and a box of T-shirts so that you can print your own CCCamp-shirt, Pesthörnchen, Datenknoten or Fairydust, right here at the CCCamp!
 
Ever wanted to print durable, good looking T-shirts or other fabrics, but do not have access to silkscreening equipment? Individual shirts for your hackerspace, your political movement or your band? This is a short introduction to a new fabric printing technique involving a 3D printer for making printing plates and just a few Euros worth of supplies. No mess, no dangerous chemistry, no expensive tools (other than the 3D printer). I have prepared several designs to demonstrate the technique, and I brought several Designs and a box of T-shirts so that you can print your own CCCamp-shirt, Pesthörnchen, Datenknoten or Fairydust, right here at the CCCamp!
  
[[file:topyshirt1.jpeg|Printed shirt example]]
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Suggested donation for printing shirts: 12€ if you take a shirt from the box, 6€ if your bring your own. No one turned back for lack of funds.
 
Suggested donation for printing shirts: 12€ if you take a shirt from the box, 6€ if your bring your own. No one turned back for lack of funds.
  
[[file:topyshirt2.jpg|Printing plates]]
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Printing a shirt takes about 5-10 minutes. If you are only interested in printing a shirt you can come at any time during the workshop, if you want to hear an introduction to the used technique you should come on time!
 
Printing a shirt takes about 5-10 minutes. If you are only interested in printing a shirt you can come at any time during the workshop, if you want to hear an introduction to the used technique you should come on time!
  
 
This is an external session, thanks a lot to the Hacksaar village for hosting me!
 
This is an external session, thanks a lot to the Hacksaar village for hosting me!

Latest revision as of 17:39, 23 August 2019

Description Print your own camp shirt, Datenhörnchen, Datenknoten or Fairydust onto a T-Shirt!
Website(s)
Type Hands-On
Kids session No
Keyword(s) art
Tags Village:Hacksaar, Kid-friendly, Short, Merch
Processing village Village:Hacksaar
Person organizing
Language en - English
en - English
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Subtitle First printing session
Starts at 2019/08/23 18:00
Ends at 2019/08/23 19:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Village:Hacksaar

Subtitle Second printing session
Starts at 2019/08/24 15:00
Ends at 2019/08/24 17:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Village:Hacksaar

Ever wanted to print durable, good looking T-shirts or other fabrics, but do not have access to silkscreening equipment? Individual shirts for your hackerspace, your political movement or your band? This is a short introduction to a new fabric printing technique involving a 3D printer for making printing plates and just a few Euros worth of supplies. No mess, no dangerous chemistry, no expensive tools (other than the 3D printer). I have prepared several designs to demonstrate the technique, and I brought several Designs and a box of T-shirts so that you can print your own CCCamp-shirt, Pesthörnchen, Datenknoten or Fairydust, right here at the CCCamp!

Printed shirt example

Suggested donation for printing shirts: 12€ if you take a shirt from the box, 6€ if your bring your own. No one turned back for lack of funds.

Printing plates

Printing a shirt takes about 5-10 minutes. If you are only interested in printing a shirt you can come at any time during the workshop, if you want to hear an introduction to the used technique you should come on time!

This is an external session, thanks a lot to the Hacksaar village for hosting me!