In screen printing process, you have to adjust all the required equipment there in your control. The screen is main part in screen printing process. When and wherever we start printing, we definitely need of screen. Now the question is how to prepare screen for screen printing. It is advantage of screen printing that it can be used after one application.
You should wash it clearly after using in any project and wash it with such skill so that there is no single spot of emulsion there. When you wash the screen or expose it, rake great care for screen mesh because it is made up of soft thin fabric which maybe tears off due to excessive job.Always use such printing tools which are suggested to you by expert.
If you are facing any problem in printing work or stencil making, you may consult with our screen printer experts. They will recommend you desired material remaining in your budget line. The video will also help you out in this matter for preparing screen in screen printing.
Printing a screen is a lot of enjoyable. Other than before you do it, you need to create a frame. It’s worth putting a small piece of effort into this step, because a well-built frame resolves last a lifetime.
Things You’ll Need:
• Polyurethane Finishes
• Wood : Pre-routered Framing Material Or Kiln-dried 2x2s
• Wood Glues
• 1-inch Wood Screws
• Medium-grit Sandpaper
• Miter Saws
• Variable-speed Drills
Decide how large your frame will be.
Decide a type of frame. Your options, essentially, are two: framing wood so as to is pre-route red for stretching the silk screen (and often precut in standard sizes), plus plain wood (2-by-2) that you buy at a hardware store or lumberyard. choice 1 is easier but more expensive.
get your supplies.
Build a Frame from Pre-route red Wood
Incise wood to the desired size, unless it’s precut, using a mitre adage.
Join piece two at a time to form corners, by screws and wood glue.
Allow to dry.
fur with polyurethane finish to seal plus protect the wood.
Build a Frames from Scratch
pay money for kiln-dried lumber (2-by-2). Eyeball it to choose the least-warped pieces.
slash to the desired length, using a mitre saw. If you’re an experienced carpenter, try lap-joint construction for greater stability.
Join pieces two at a time to form corners, by screws plus wood glue.
Allow the frame to dry.
Sand any sharp corners or edges to protect your fabric.
Fur by means of polyurethane finish to seal and protect the wood.