(Closed) Gocco

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
1385 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

My biggest thing is the GocCo and the Yudu are very similar, they make magic happen in my understanding (ahem I haven’t worked with either as you may tell) BUT the cons to the Gocco is that it is NO LONGER BEING MADE. I would highly suggest buying a Yudu as they are being made. I think Miss Sewing has a post upcoming about it.

Just my two cents

Post # 4
245 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2007 - Rosary Chapel & Monterey Marriott, Monterey, CA

YUDU is just an “easier” version of a silk screen press at home. PRINT GOCCO was made especially for paper printing and uses denser inks as well as a finer mesh screen.

GOCCO has been discontinued for about 4 years now — so while the supplies are around, they are in shorter supply than they used to be. YUDU is newer and its product line is expanding to include a finer paper mesh screen and more inks.

Also – you can use your YUDU to silkscreen shirts/bags/etc.

Post # 5
454 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

I got a yudu for christmas and I have yet to try it. I’m going to bust it out ASAP to get used to it and see what I can make with it for the wedding. I know that miss sewing did an entry on using their yudu to make bags.

Adventures in Yudu

they make a 220 mesh screen for the yudu now that is supposedly better for paper crafting (which is what i’m planning on using it for).

Post # 6
605 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010 - Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay

if you check out the wiki area of weddingbee, there is a link to gocco information and weddingbee posts.

i think gocco is good for one-time usage and if you can find all the supplies you need for your project, but yudu is better as a long-term solution because presumably the supplies will be around for a while.

there are ways to continue to use the gocco even when the manufactured supplies run out, but it takes a bit more effort.

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