The graphic workshop of Make Eindhoven is designed to work with different graphic techniques like relief printing, planographic printing, intaglio and screen printing. All facilities needed for these techniques are available, like presses and screen-printing tables. Some techniques can be done in large format (XXL) too. Below you will find an overview of all techniques and more information per method.

Our workshops are designed to work independently if possible. There is no need to master techniques beforehand. Experienced advisors give instructions on techniques, safety and tools. They share their knowledge with you and give you support where needed. Together with you, we face the experiment to bring your idea to life.

You pay per part of the day for use of the workshop. This includes use of space, a number of tools and guidance from our advisors. You pay separately for certain tools, our ovens and consumables.

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See below what opportunities we can offer.

Graphic workshop overview

Download the price lists for our facilities and techniques.

Facilities & technical details

Screen printing

2 screen-printing tables max paper size 100 x 140 cm*
2 screen-printing tables max paper size 120 x 180 cm*
Lighting table size 140 x 230 cm
Textile printing table size 180 x 500 cm

* Note: screen size is smaller than the size of these tables! For common screen sizes, check screen printing.


2 etching presses max paper size 70 x 120 cm
Etching press max paper size 125 x 225 cm
Screen printing mill max paper size A3

Relief printing

Etching press max paper size 125 x 225 cm*

* Can be set for relief printing techniques such as linocut and woodcut.


Litho press max paper size 30 x 42 cm
Motorized litho press (from 1929) max paper size 75 x 100 cm

Toyobo printing

Contact box max paper size A3


Epson A2 Surecolor P800 max paper size A2