Here’s the follow up video to the yellow screen mesh video. I broke this down into 2 videos to make them each shorter and to make the information easier to consume. But read below and you’ll see why it’s always a good idea to check my video descriptions. You never know what things I will include there that I forgot to include in the video….
This is another screenprinting quick tips video about the different colors of screen mesh. In our last video we talked about why mesh is dyed yellow and how that affects detail in exposures. In this tutorial video we discuss the ramifications of the light absorption into the dyed mesh. If you opened the video description for our last video you will see I actually explained this for you. But I figured we needed to break this up into 2 videos so as to be not too long and much more understandable. Now we look at how higher mesh counts hold emulsion and what that means to exposing yellow or dyed mesh screens. Some of you may have to adjust your exposure due to the falloff of light when exposing yellow mesh. But many of you may not. This video explains why and what the principle is behind it. Sometimes knowing a little bit about the physics of screen printing allows us to better understand how to do screen printing. I hope you enjoy the video!
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