How To Screen Print T-Shirts: Drying Emulsion Coated Screens Tips

I have a few videos for this week that I hope will recap and reemphasize a few points associated with summer, heat and humidity. A couple of them will be like an extension of our printing in the summer heat tips video from last week. This week’s tutorial #screenprinting video is about drying your emulsion coated screens and how long it takes. In this video we will touch on what high humidity means for drying emulsion and later this week I will expand on printing in high humidity as well as a brief summary on what it might take to cool a screenprint shop. These will all be quick tips videos. Make sure to stay up to date and subscribe to the Catspit YouTube channel!

This is another educational screenprinting video about drying your emulsion coated screens. We often get the question; how long does it take for an emulsion coated screen take to dry before you can expose it? This question has many variables like mesh count, emulsion, scoop coaters, how you coat your screens and relative humidity. But what is the best couple of tips I can give you about this? What factor will be the most influential on drying time and results? How can you rush your screens without problems? I talk about all these things and some while adding details about what i think are the best things you can do to avoid problems when coating and exposing screens. Remember, screens with high humidity in the emulsion won’t expose properly. So follow along and get the best tips that come from an actual screen printer. Get in on these technical tips and thoughts from my personal experience. Learn how to screen print with Catspit.

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