No disrespect, but I collect yoyo's (lol) and I would choose a yoyo over a yudu EVERY time.What does the Yudu have in common the yoyo.
1. They sound the same.
2. They are both toys.
3. Fun for Kids
4. Made of plastic
5. Made in china
6. End up in your closet.
HAHAHA! Yeah I like Yoyos too.No disrespect, but I collect yoyo's (lol) and I would choose a yoyo over a yudu EVERY time.
Anti-Yo Gouda yoyo - Real 24 Karat GOLD Plated Bapezilla - YoYo Nation Store
I started out of my parents garage when I was 17 with a press I made out of garbage and hinge/clamps I had welded at the tech school I attended. I brought ink home in containers I could find including a plant container from the shop I worked at and printed shirts at night. My parents would unknowingly go into my bathroom flip the light on and expose my screens.I bought a Yudu and have regretted it ever since.
I was never able to get the "film" emulsion applied. It just never worked right.. Ended up using Speedball products to get a good emulsion on it. Have made a bunch of shirts but I also am using speedball screens and products for all of it. I still have the yudu screen but we reach for the speedball one first.
My daughter is wanting to start her own business (shes 16) making and designing t-shirts. She is going to use the Yudo to make a few and if they start to sell, we will buy a 4 color 2 station unit if we can find one cheaply.
If it were me, an adult with some reasonable means behind any business idea, I would start day 1 with a 4 color 4 station unit and go from there.. but I dont know that much, hence why I am here now.
For anyone who have ever printed shirts, the pictures alone tells the story . . and it is a bedtime story. You can print limited type of artwork in single color, on limited size shirts, and in small volume. It is simply not geared for any serious commercial use. I doubt that even active printing hobbyist will appreciate it.Catalog | Performance Screen Supply
I searched on here and found this place. It seems pretty good.. Dont know anything about them though.
The catalog shows some table top units at affordable prices. I am going to speak to the owner and read more forums posts here to get an idea of what I need as a decent starter kit.