While I have tried my best to break down how the screen printing process works, some will still find it difficult to achieve what they want. Sure it’s daunting, but the rewards I assure you, are great! I’m hoping some of you will give it a try at least. And to help you along in […]
A lot of people have been emailing asking me about the screen printing exposure unit that I use in this exposure calculator. To be honest, it’s not pretty, and it’s far from being a ‘unit’. But I like to keep things simple, efficient and super cheap to make. But most importantly, it works just like
S***w this! That’s it, I’m done with screen printing!! Okay, so I hear this line a lot from a lot of beginners. Heck, I’ve even said this myself more times than I can count. So for the last few prints, your screens came out terrible. It was underexposed, you saw emulsion melting away during washout.
When you’ve perfected the art of spot color screen printing, the natural progression is to take it one step further. Creating screen printing halftones, the heart of process printing So what are screen printing halftones? From wiki, “Halftones is a printing technique that simulates continuous tone imagery through the use of dots, varying either in