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Screen Printing's Solution Sourcebook

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  • Most of the damage to the screen mesh occurs during tensioning due to insufficient tensioning and stabilization times, incorrect tensioning values, and stressed screen corners.
  • The products and processes that can streamline your screen-reclaiming efforts.
  • Use this tool to restore the squeegee blade’s edge, so your squeegee can be brought back to action.
  • Doming is a finishing process that not only enhances the appearance of printed items by producing a three-dimensional look, but it also makes them more durable.
  • The more uniform the ink film, the better the adhesion, and the smoother the printing surface, thereby allowing for better reflectivity and better brilliance.
  • Film and liquid laminators enhance the quality, appearance, and longevity of screen- and digitally printed graphic materials.
  • Many screen-printed products are insulators, so completely eliminating static through grounding isn’t really possible.
  • Dot gain is a challenge for garment screen printers, whether the job involves four-color process, simulated process, or index separations.