- What is a proper time to burn the screen?
- What is Off Contact? And How important is it?
- What Mesh count should for my project?
- What should I do if I have some ink accidentally put on my shirt while printing?
- Where should I ask if I have any question that is not listed here?
- Why my screen cannot reclaim easily?
It depends on your exposure unit and how many coat of emulsion you use on your screen. In general,1-part emulsion needs shorter time than 2-part emulsion.
The Off Contact is the screen distance above the substrate before the print stroke. The point of contact with print surface is limited to edge of squeegee and occurs only at time squeegee passes over surface of screen. Quality and resolution are
No matter what type of the screen you use, the major factor to consider is mesh count. The mesh count refers the tightness of the weave in the mesh fabric of the screen. General usage mesh count 110 or 125 is suitable for fabric printing. If you have
Instead of throwing it away, invest into a Spot Cleaning Gun and use the Spot Cleaning Fluid to clean up the ink. Just run the stained shirt through a dryer to cure the ink, and then spray the stain with the Spot Cleaning Fluid. Holding the Spot C
Simply, contact us. We will answer your question with the proper solutions.
Mostly it happened because using wrong chemical to clean the screen. NEVER USE MINERALS SPIRIT TO CLEAN THE INK ON THE SCREEN. AND NEVER LET THE RECLAIMER DRIED ON THE SCREEN. Both will lockup the emulsion on the screen and cannot be reclaimed.