[extropy-chat] TECH: lithography progress
dgc at cox.net
Tue Apr 6 20:27:38 UTC 2004
Robert J. Bradbury wrote:
>Does anyone have any idea what it costs to manufacture
>a printed T-shirt? I bet if I had some made up saying
> "I really wanted to believe in nanotech."
> "But Scientific American claimed it couldn't be done."
>would be a hot selling item at Foresight conferences
>this year. Or perhaps something with a more scientific
> Picture of Gary Stix X Picture of Richard Smalley =
> Picture of Turkey
Not a lot. I just did a google for "T shirt print."
Lots of people will do this for small orders. Price depends on shirt.
Design the shirt on the web, provide credit card number, wait
I have not actually done this for T shirts. I did follow this process
for bumper stickers. For bumper stickers, the setup cost was about
seven dollars and the incremental cost per sticker was about a dollar.
Does anyone need a spare
"my child is an Honor Student at Hogwarts"
Incidentally, this model is spreading:
An order of 100 business cards costs $15.00.
An order of four prototype printed circuit cards is $100.00
An order of three small custom machined brass parts is $75.00
All done with point and click on the web after doing a custom design,
either on the web or on your own computer using free downloaded software.
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