The studio has 650 sft, multiple work stations and a variety of equipment for differents methods of printmaking. The studio equipment is shared by all members, and its the resposibility of each member to keep the studio clean and organized.

The studio strives to be non-toxic, however the addition of the letter press and litho press may challenge this. I have added a ventilation station, so anything with a odor must be used there.

The following studio equipment available for use:

  • Access to a Windows laptop
  • Wi-Fi Network
  • Small Ink Jet Printer and scanner
  • Small laser printer
  • Ink Jet Printer for making transparencies
  • H13 HEPA True air purifier
  • Small Refridgerator
  • Small microwave
  • Small Keurig Coffee Maker
  • Small oven for heating plates applied with BIG resist (Not for food)
  • Hair dryers
  • Iron
  • Eletric Griddle
  • Conrad E-15 (15x30) etching press
  • Conrad E-24 (24x48) etching press with micro gages
  • Conrad 16 (16x32) litho press
  • Kelsey 9x13 letter press along with type
  • UV Light box for solar plates
  • Cutting Mat
  • Small Guilloteen Paper Cutter, can also cut solar plate
  • Work tables, counter space and stools
  • Portable luminated tracing pad
  • Tear bars, brayers and knifes
  • Sink
  • Two Small Etching tanks containing Edinburgh Etch (up to 8x10 plate)
  • DC Electro-etching tank using salt water
  • Drying rack (4x6 with 50 racks)
  • Homasote Boards for flattening prints (24"x32")
  • Plastic bins for personal storage
  • Flat file storage
  • Basic tools: Dremel, Drill, Jigs, Hammer, Saws
  • Several magnifying glasses
  • Eye wash station and other safety equipment
  • Small library of art and printmaking books
  • Fatigue floor mats
  • News print paper
  • Rags
  • Airbrush for acrylic aquatinting
  • Environmentally friendly cleaning products.

You are responsible for supplying your own paper and inks and other printmaking equipment you need.