S: Screen Printing 2011
FC: Screen Printing 2011 Final Project By: Robert Jansen
1: Plastisol Ink - Most commonly used, needs heat to cure Water Based Ink - these penetrate the fabric more than the plastisol inks and create a much softer feel. Ideal for printing darker inks onto lighter colored garments | Inks
2: Definition -A substance or layer that underlies something, or on which some process occurs, in particular A material that provides the surface on which something is deposited or inscribed | Substrate
3: Ex | Exposure Process | 1. Create your image on computer 2. print on specialty paper and send through dryer 3. Tape image to screen 4. Put into exposure machine 5. Remove your printed image 6. Power wash the image area off of your screen 7. tape edges 8. tape pinholes 9. Ready to print
4: Printing Process | 1. Line up screen 2. Spray pallet 3. line up shirt 4. place ink on screen 5. flood image with your ink 6. slide squeege over image with your ink 7. put shirt through dryer
5: *Tape your screen before printing to keep the edges clean, also don't forget to tape your pinholes on your image. *The Screens are made from fabric woven together, the amount of fibers vary
6: When printing it is illegal to use an image trade marked by a company and sell it for your own profit. Screen printing is used and found very often in out everyday life. it is on our shirts and bags and many other objects we come into contact with in our everyday life.