Charles M. Jessup

Charles M. Jessup, founded Charles M. Jessup, Inc in 1948. They were one of the oldest established suppliers to the commerical screenprinting technologies in the USA. Sea Jay Mfg. a division of Charles M. Jessup, Inc. was originally incorporated in 1969 as an equipment manufacturer. Sea Jay has discontinued...

Rick Boyd

Rick Boyd – Rick entered the screenprinting technologies in 1972 at All State Nameplate cutting printed metal nameplates. A year later he became the first employee of Advance Process. The second employee was Don Hazard. He later went to work for Texas Screen and Sign in Dallas, and is now with Reece...

Jim Raymont

Jim Raymont is the Director of Sales for EIT LLC.  He joined EIT in 1993 and has been involved with the sales, marketing and product development of EIT’s UV products since 1996. Jim co-holds four patents on UV measurement. Jim frequently contributes of articles on UV Measurement & Process Control and...

Danny Sweem

Danny Sweem has had a long and illustrious career in the screenprinting technologies. Danny attended York Technical College from 1985 to 1989, where he earned two Associate Degrees; Study Management & General Business
. After college, Danny began his career in retail as the owner of two small sporting...

Mike McEvoy

Mike McEvoy, who had his own screenprint shop for many years, started screenprinting in 1979 at the age of 14. Originally from Richmond, Indiana, Mike now lives in Monroe, Connecticut.   In 1994, he co-founded Workhorse Products, a screenprint equipment manufacturing company. Mike and has co-developed...

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