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Caplicator as a Dispenser

The Caplicator can also be used as a simple film dispenser for measuring and cutting large sheets. Simply load the roll of film into the Caplicator, mark a position on the core supplied and then the film can be wound … Continue reading

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MacDermid Autotype Capillex CP for CD printing

The Capillex Mounting Board is simple tool to make applying small (CD size) sheets of Capillex CP or Capillex 18 very quick and easy. This pre-formed Perspex board has printed alignment marks for accurate film placement and the curved edge … Continue reading

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MacDermid Autotype Capillex for High Quality Screen Printing

The Caplicator from MacDermid Autotype is a an excellent tool for applying Capillex to the mesh.

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MacDermid Autotype Caplicator Used as a Film Dispenser for Capillex

The Capillex Caplicator can be used as a simple tool to dispenser lengths of Capillex film without the need to roll out the film onto a flat, clean surface. This minimises possible dust contamination, reduces the chances of the film … Continue reading

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How to Abrade Screen Printing Screens

Effective mesh preparation is critical for maximising the print life of any screen printing stencil. Abrading the mesh is a crucial step for all screen films such as Capillex or Five Star.

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Capillex 80 Multilamination Technique

Capillex 80 from MacDermid Autotype can easily be multi-laminated to produce ultra thick stencils for screen printing.

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How to Process Five Star Indirect Film

Five Star indirect film is still the quickest way to make a high quality stencil for screen printing. Five Star is used for many short run high quality screen printing applications such as PCB prototyping, nameplates and short run graphics.

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