Extreme screen prints' history

Extreme Screen Prints® was founded in 2007 as Grafixtek by business partners Dan Lund, an electrician, and Brett Wilson, a painter. Soon, they began production in Dan’s heated two-stall garage.

In 2009, the company decided a name change was necessary to reach a larger audience, hence the new name of Extreme Screen Prints®. In 2010, it became clear that Extreme® was quickly outgrowing the space and resources available in Dan’s garage, so they moved to a commercial space in Wyoming, MI. After refocusing their efforts on contract printing in 2012, Dan and Brett transitioned to the current location in 2013 to have the space to accommodate multiple automatic presses.

At was at this time they had the ability to do more research and development. Dan and Brett’s proprietary screen printing process was coined as "Vybrasol," and they were some of the first in the industry to perfect hybrid printing.

At Extreme®, we have found an avenue that has allowed us to become one of the best specialized screen printers in the industry, all because everything we know was learned through hands-on experience, trial, and error.

Tap the blue circles to take a trip through our company timeline!


Dan & Brett form Grafixtek


Purchased first professional grade screen printing equipment and set up shop in Dan's garage where most jobs were printed manually


The company name changed from Grafixtek to Extreme Screen Prints


First commercial space acquired is a 1500 sq. ft building in Wyoming, MI


Began contract screen printing and quickly outgrew their first commercial space


Moved into a larger building with room to grow


Brought in multiple automatic presses which allowed Extreme Screen Prints to compete with the best in the industry


Upgraded to ROQ® automatic presses and implemented direct to screen technology


Expanded current location outward, taking over multiple suites of the building, and now occupying over 22,000 sq. ft and still growing!