Screen Printing: Coating & Storing Screens Without A Darkroom

We made it through the wormhole Captain. Print work done and delivered, deposits made and shop cleaned up… somewhat 🙂 AND a new educational screen printing video has been uploaded to YouTube! It was like some time warp and I was in like 5 different places at once. This video answers a question I have been getting asked repeatedly for some time now. A causality loop? Wait, what? So I think we’ll see another screenprinting video later this week; maybe a just for fun one or maybe another request.

This is a really cool educational and tutorial screen printing video is called, “Screen Printing: Coating & Storing Screens Without A Darkroom.” This one is about how I have no dedicated darkroom for my commercial screen printing shop. The fact is you don’t really need one unless you’re some massive high volume printer. This video takes you on a tour of how we coat and store our screens for drying. We also discuss the storage of the screens after they are dry. The video actually is a referral to the original video in which we built this homemade drying box with a drying rack, gaffers tape and corrugated plastic. By adding light baffles and allowing for ventilation we created a light safe drying rack that eliminates the need for a dark room. Get a better idea of how it all works in this instructional video. If you’ve ever wanted to print at home this video may solve some problems for you and give you some ideas on how to do it where you live. Learn how to screen print for fun or for profit!

I have been so busy with print work lately that I have been struggling to keep up with internet tasks and making new videos. But I vow not to give up as long as I can make a living doing it; So like I always say, thank you so much for your time and attention. Learn how to screen print with Catspit Productions, LLC!

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