New Screen Printing Video: Choosing Squeegee Size

Another new screen printing video has been uploaded to YouTube. This one is called, “How To Screen Print: Choosing Squeegee Size”. This is a quick tip video that expands on the reasons why it is always good to choose the squeegee size based on your stencil size. It points out the 2 factors which make this worthwhile to include in your efforts to eliminate variables that can affect your printing. I hope you all enjoy this video!

I am making more videos that are short with a quick lesson or “tip”. I hope that these will be a little easier to understand and make it quicker for you to find specific information on individual topics. The shorter videos are more popular on YouTube so I hope this will spread the Catspit bug a little more too. The idea is to give you some valuable screenprinting information in a quicker, shorter video which is easier to follow.

These new quick tip style videos also open up the opportunity for viewers to suggest topics. I think I could do this type of video on most any topic; especially if it is a question of method or technique. Of course the request has to be practical and within reason for doing a 5 minute or less video. So if you have any ideas or comments on this, please feel free to make them here or message me on YouTube.

Thanks for reading! Learn how to screen print with Catspit Productions, LLC!

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2 Responses to New Screen Printing Video: Choosing Squeegee Size

  1. Hey guys, I enjoyed the video. I have a lot of high schoolers working in my shop and it’s just funny how often they grab the wrong size: sometimes using a 14 inch squeegee for a left pocket print and the likes. The video was nice, short, and informative. Thanks!

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