New Screen Printing Video: Exposing Screens Without Film

Hello everyone and happy Friday to you all. I hope you are ready for another new screen printing video because I know I am! I uploaded a new video to the Catspit  YouTube  channel. This video was made in 2010 with the new HD camera. It was one of the first videos I made with it at the SGIA show in Las Vegas. And as you know from the last blog entry, I am finally making true HD videos from the original HD camera files and Sony Vegas. I am very excited about the new quality of the Catspit educational screen printing videos.

This video is called, “Screenprinting: Exposing Screens Without Film”. The video shows a complete demonstration of the new Saati direct to screen imaging system. This is a system designed to eliminate film positives by printing the film image directly onto the emulsion coated screen with a water based dye. The demo includes the printing of the image onto the screen, the exposure and the washout. You get to see the finished printed dye image on an actual emulsion coated screen, how it is exposed and how the water based dye actually aides the washout process too. That’s right! It’s the real deal all the way to the final product with a couple of trade show improvises of course.

Make sure to stop by the website or the YouTube channel to have a look at this great new screenprinting video. It’s fun to watch and educational! LOL… no really, it is. I hope you all enjoy this video as much as I did making it. If I had it my way, I would upload a new video every week or even more. But there is a logic and a priority scale associated with my uploads and normal work. So stay tuned for the next screen printing video which should be in about 2 weeks.

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

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