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Old 07-09-2013, 07:15 AM   #1
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Join Date: Jun 2013
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Default Using large rubber stamps on shirts

Hi guys!
New here and somewhat new to stamping.
I am launching a clothing company later this year and I plan to be using rubber stamps to print my graphics.
I have done quite a bit of experimenting and practice, but I wanted to get your guys opinion.

For the larger designs (larger than 5 by 8") I will just be getting a sheet of rubber laser engraved and I will have to mount it to wood myself.

Here are my questions:

What is the best way to mount the rubber?

What is the best way to apply ink to large stamp? I was thinking using a sponge or possibly a large felt homemade pad but I am open to suggestions.


What I am hoping to do is somewhat similar to this project but not quite as large stamps:

t-shirt printing on Behance
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