- February 7, 2011 at 2:41 pm #9561kimbrillParticipant
Has anyone had success with screen printing fine detail on glass?February 28, 2011 at 4:00 pm #11895beaderydestashParticipant
I have heard of people using enamel to screenprint onto glass, but I have not seen the end results for that. They fire the enamel onto the glass too.February 28, 2011 at 4:36 pm #11896bookie13Participant
Go to our Web site (see below). at least a third of the items on our web site are screen printed. We also sell pre-treated screens and have a tutorial on Screen printing.
Web Site http://www.kaiserglass.com
Glass Classes: http://www.Kaiserglass.com/classes.htmlNovember 20, 2014 at 8:34 pm #11897cscheydtParticipant
I too am looking for some help with screen painting/printing. Very frustrating! I am on your web site and don’t see the supplies offered. please help.November 26, 2014 at 12:46 am #11898AnonymousInactive
Screen printing on glass is a pretty broad topic and ranges from traditional screen printing of wet enamels to dry powder. Stacy Lynn Smith (http://stacylynnsmith.com) works for Bullseye Glass and developed a pretty amazing approach to using traditional screen printing techniques to print with dry glass powder on glass. Unfortunately, I’m not aware of any cmprehensive online instructions.
Helios Kiln Glass Studio
PaulTarlow.comDecember 1, 2014 at 11:17 pm #11899tbachParticipant
Bullseye has a video lesson (this one is available only with online subscription – $39 per year, and worth every penny!!!!) on powder printing. It is well done and complete. There is also an excellent video lesson on screenprinting at Bullseye.
I got a lot of help by watching 2 DVDs by Tony Glander – they are excellent, and they can be rented if you don’t want to buy them – forgot the name of the online craft DVD rental place – sorry.
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