This screen printing video is the 4th in a series about using host separations in Adobe Illustrator to create film positives and screens for printing tee shirts. In this installment we are doing the production run which means we are actually printing. Normally I would have loaded all the pallets and ran full rotary but since I was multi-tasking I did not. Also I ended up printing the green screen first and the brown second because it became evident during the first few prints that doing it in that order would increase the print resolution. Always remember you can do all the planning you want but when you get on press you may find you’ll need to adapt what you thought you were going to do to something you didn’t think about doing…. LOL. It’s the nature of the beast that you only truly find out what is going on once you’re on press. This was the last screenprinting video featuring the Vista series Ranar press. Stay tuned for new videos featuring the Elite Series II. Enjoy!
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