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The myth of post-exposure continues to haunt the screenprinting technologies. Post-exposure is the theory that if you underexpose your stencil, and find that during the stencil development the emulsion feels slimy on the squeegee side, that you can allow it to dry then return it...

Screenprinting is unique in being the only printing process to use off-contact to transfer the ink. Off-contact distance is needed to keep the screen from staying in contact with the substrate after printing and to control proper snap-off. While off-contact is not the only variable in...

If you are a relative newcomer to screenprinting with less than say 35 years in the industry, you probably learned most of what you know from a book. This has no doubt proven to be problematic for you, as you have fought the myriad variables...