Looking To Find Pre Emulsioned Silk Screen In Rolls?
When I Was In High School And Working Through The Boces Program In Graphic Communications We Used A Different Kind Of Screen Printing That I Cant Seem To Find Any Where. The Screening Came On A Roll And It Was Green Colored, You Unroled It And Cut To Size Of Your Design. The Screen Was Already Pre Emulsioned Then You Just Took A Printed Out Black And White Design And Placed It Onto The Back Of The Screen And Ran It Through This Box That Kinda Looked Like A Printer. When The Two Came Out You Simply Peeled The Picture Off The Back And The Emulsion Came Off On The Blck Leaving Your Image On The Screen. Then All You Had To Do Was Frame It And Begin Printing. I Have Not Seen Any Of These Things Since, Neither The Rolls Of Screening Or The Machines. I Dont Remeber The Name Of The Machine Its Been Since The Late 90'S... Any Suggestions??? Thanks In Advance...

Sounds like a Print Gocco machine. Those were amazing! They're a product from Japan (currently only sold in Japan, although you can fine them in other countries via eBay) that once came in many different models and varieties. The one you had sounds like a high end model. They aren't really "silk screening" although the process does involve printing through a screen. Unfortunately, the went off the market some time ago, and the company that manufactures them has ceased making replacement parts and inks (see: http://www.savegocco.com/). There are still tons of supplies around form the 1980s and 1990s though, and while supplies last you can fine them online. The machines are slightly harder to come by. On eBay right now, there are only a couple "mini" versions:

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you can make it!
look up silk screening (where you can make prints on your shirt of whatever you want) shops near you...