The original method of printing PCB's was via silkscreen, and not just the silkscreen layer, the entire etch resist, soldermask and the component silkscreen. As the video here shows, the method is still very useful, as long as the board is not very fine pitch. And you can print T-Shirts to go with the boards!
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