Baselayr Complete emulsion is the answer for high-production shops and printers that expect the most out of their emulsion. It requires a dialed-in darkroom and works best when paired with a vacuum exposure unit. Here’s a guide for getting the most out of Baselayr Complete Emulsion.
Storing screens properly is key to getting the best screen possible. There are several aspects every darkroom needs to ensure proper screen drying. Here are a few tips on how to store screens no matter the darkroom setup.
Having a stencil break down during a print job is every screen printer’s worst nightmare. The good news is that there’s an easy way to combat stencil breakdown. Using an emulsion hardener keeps screens at peak performance.
There are lots of emulsions out in the world of screen printing. The most common two types are presensitized and diazo mixed, or dual-cure emulsion. Which emulsion is best? That answer depends on the type of shop and darkroom setup. Here’s a guide to both types of emulsion.
When buying an exposure unit, there’s a lot to consider. One big question many printers have to answer is which type of exposure unit to purchase: vacuum or compression units. What are the differences between them? Which shops benefit from each type? This blog will outline the differences between vacuum and exposure units, and which unit belongs in different shops.