Charlie Taublieb’s new Screen Printers Handbook and Survival Guide is now available for download. Some of the articles in the book appeared in magazines in the United States while others were from publications from a variety of countries outside the USA including Stitch & Print International.
This step-by-step book of procedures and documentation forms helps you to make improvements in your garments production shop. It is geared to the person first getting into this industry as well as those that have been doing this professionally for a while.
For the book he organized many of the articles that he had written for some of the industry magazines as well as procedures for clients and transcripts of interviews into a book format. Some of the articles are written by industry colleagues so he asked for their permission to use the articles in order to address specific topics which he thought would clarify some procedures and raise some questions as well. There are a number of different ways to get good results and in the book you can find Taublieb’s suggestions.
Charlie Taublieb: ”I have always wanted to write a book about screen printing but thought I would never have the time and then the pandemic hit. Prior to it, I was on the road about 200 days a year and flew about 100,000 miles a year conducting workshops, seminars and consulting around the world. In 2020, when the pandemic hit, all of that came to a screeching halt. I found myself wondering what to do with all the time I had on my hands and decided it was time to write this book”.
Within the USA the book is available in digital format and can also be purchased as a spiral version. Outside the USA the book is only available in digital format.