East End Screen Printing Comments on Potential Effects of New Screen Printing System in Industry

May 25, 2013

Following an article in the Leominster Champion discussing the new addition of screen-printing equipment at the Center for Technical Education, Bruce Graham, owner of Long Island screen printing company, East End Screen Printing, says the industry will change as technology evolves.

Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) May 25, 2013

On May 25, Bruce Graham, the owner of Long Island screen printing company East End Screen Printing, responds to a Leominster Champion article on the potential benefits of learning how to operate a screen printing system.

According to an article in the Leominster Champion, students and a teacher at the Center for Technical Education Innovation (CTEi) were able to test out a new screen-printing device made by Printa Printing Systems. CTEi graphic communications instructor Scott Herbert says changing technology will impact the screen printing industry.

“These machines represent new potential on many levels,” he says in the article. “We, as a vocational shop are changing with new technologies that are very much a part of graphic communications today. Screen printing was just added to the curriculum standards issued by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for our shop.”

Students at the shop will learn how to operate the equipment safely as well as learn how to run all aspects of a screen printing business.

Bruce Graham, owner of Long Island screen printing company, East End Screen Printing, comments on the new machinery becoming a part of the industry, “The new addition of a four station, four color screen printer will provide the screen printing industry with a multitude of capabilities. Printing companies will be able to offer more services and options to consumers. More businesses can then satisfy consumer demand and generate a profit.”

Graham also says it´s important to give students as many options as possible in terms of vocational education. “Screen printing is a blossoming industry,” he says. “Students should have the chance to experience business in this field. It could be a very useful skill to learn and students could definitely use what they learn in the real world if they build their own business.”

Owned and operated for over 10 years, East End Screen Printing is your number one choice for custom printed and embroidered apparel. We work with sports teams, schools, and small business, but we are also prepared to accommodate larger orders. We offer the most cutting edge artwork from our own in house art department to the latest in print technology and decorating. Whether its one or 10,000 shirts, we’ve got all your Long Island screen printing needs covered.

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