Whether youre a small independent screen printing tutor, or youre running various workshops for beginners, hobbyists, and professionals, you need an equipment supplier that can provide you with everything you need all in one place. Cadisch has got you covered. We stock and supply some of the very best screen printing supplies currently being used in schools, colleges, workshops, and professional design studios. At Cadisch, we only stock the highest quality product from some of the industrys best known and loved brands. For this reason, any product bought from our online store is guaranteed to be the result of years of innovation and feedback from professionals who have tried and tested the products.
Did you know, we have also been the main UK distributor for Kiwo for almost 20 years.
In our online store youll find all the equipment you need to stock up your workshop including, a range of NBC Polyester Mesh in various thicknesses, refurbished and brand new frames in multiple sizes. Our squeegees come in a variety of widths from 6 to 18 inches, with an aluminium handle for the ease of use and excellent durability.
No screen printing supply cabinet would be complete without coating troughs, laser film, palette knives and screen brushes, and for the consumables we stock a wide array of colourful inks, screen clean and emulsion.
If you are looking to restock a small number of items, please use our online store using the menu above. Youll be able to select all the products you need and securely checkout, stating whether you want them delivered to you, or if youd rather collect them from us. For larger orders where you are restocking an entire workshop or department, please get in touch with our sales team who will be able to advise you accurately on prices for the screen printing equipment you need. You can do so on 0208 492 0444, or you can request a call back at email@example.com.
Did you know, we also offer an in-house stretching service using computerised settings and state-of-the-art technology? We can ensure that the mesh on each of your frames is stretched to the same tension.