The past couple weeks, I've put together a screenprinting table that's two feet wider and double the length of my first screenprinting table, which I built with my dad. Our pressboard-on-sawhorses did the trick for a while, but as I ramp up production, a larger printing surface speeds up the process by a lot.
I ordered this table from a supplier in LA that sells equipment for the garment industry. Putting the thing together was a bit of a chore, but I now feel like I've got the tools to make Silvania grow out of hobby-status and into a business that will, with any luck, support me. I may even be able to move the operation out of my basement this year.
This table, though. It's going to be a beast to move.