A maintenance program is vital in a screen printing production facility. You must maintain your equipment on a regular basis just as you would maintain your vehicle. You need to clean each department in your shop to minimize the amount of...

Automate why?   If you’ve grown or updated your operation lately, you’re probably well aware of the many recent high-tech advances in screen printing: ·      Faster, more...

In my last post we discussed the possibility of implementing process controls in reclaim to recapture ink before it becomes waste. You can say the same thing about emulsion. If you can’t produce a usable screen and need to expose a...

One of the most frequent questions from customers is “which respirator should I wear when using your products?”   Before we get to which mask to wear, it’s important to know that the use of a respirator in the workplace...

I hope this blog finds you well and with the world starting to open up a crack, more optimistic! I have to start this week’s post with a disclaimer. If you had told me that one month ago I would be sitting here composing a blog, I would...

Several screen printing facilities have struggled with mesh staining in one way or another. Staining generally occurs in two different forms.  One is staining from the emulsion on the screen and the other stems from the type of ink used...

One of the frustrating things about screen cleaning is the struggle to fully remove ink stains from the screen.  I have some specific thoughts in this regard:    How we clean the ink effects how easy (or difficult) the...

Happy Friday! I hope everyone is safe and starting to fire up production again. In the last post I asked the question: is screen reclaiming the end of the printing process or the beginning?  When I am asked to do a screen room audit...

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