Category Archives: How To

How to coat PLUS emulsions on a coating machine

An automatic coating machine is a standard piece of processing equipment in many screen printing facilities. When used in conjunction with PLUS emulsions they can help you produce repeatable, high quality screens.

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How to hand coat PLUS emulsions

Hand coating small format screen printing screens is easy with PLUS emulsions. Follow this simple guide to get the best result.

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How to Stretch a Screen Printing Screen With 2-Part Screen Adhesive

To get the best life out of your screen printing screens, it is important that the mesh is stretched correctly. Using 2-Part Screen Adhesive will help you get the longest life with the least effort. Here are some simple guidelines … Continue reading

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How To Guide to Using the Autotype Brush Pump

The Autotype Brush Pump is the perfect tool for applying degreaser or stripper solution for cleaning screens. Simply fill up the 25 litre drum attach the siphon and the action of moving the tube or brush will pump fluid to … Continue reading

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Printing with Print and Peel

Protecting your substrate surfaces and windows has just got easier with the latest guide for Print and Peel, MacDermid Autotype’s screen printable protective lacquer. Designed to be printed directly onto selected areas of your substrates or windows, Print and Peel … Continue reading

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Your How to Guide for Designing a Screen Making Facility for Industrial Printing

Overview One of the key criteria common throughout Industrial screen printing applications is the need to produce a consistent quality that meets the customer’s performance specification. This could range from the legibility of 5 point text on a medicine ampoule, … Continue reading

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