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4 troubleshooting tips for burning and exposing screens | How to screen print



4 troubleshooting tips for burning and exposing screens | How to screen print.

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29 Comments

  1. Desire Prints January 31, 2019

    Thanks Cam for the video!

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  2. Osmar Jimenez January 31, 2019

    Some times when your emulsion its too old it also gives you problems like the under exposing results, even if you give it extra explosure time it will continue breaking out… emulsions have a expiration date or shelf life and some times stores will sell it any way to you… i had those issues when buying quarts of emulsion that came already prepared for use… idk if in the states sale it that way but in mexico they do and they just dont give a fuck ๐Ÿ˜‘

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  3. A C January 31, 2019

    Youโ€™ve been missed by many! Hope all is good and thanks for the video… so many things that can be causing me to not burn my screens right!

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  4. Terry Walber January 31, 2019

    Great tutorial Cam. This video is missing one thing, Gigi

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  5. RhyBeats January 31, 2019

    Great info on this subject! Letโ€™s keep them rolling. ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿผ

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  6. expmofo January 31, 2019

    great stuff

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  7. Joe Joseph January 31, 2019

    Hey man I really appreciate how far youโ€™ve got me with the video, but Iโ€™m stuck at finding big enough transparencies and canโ€™t find a third party printer. Any recommendations

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  8. The Print Life January 31, 2019

    Let me know if I missed any other tips in the comments below.

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  9. Sarah Garcia January 31, 2019

    How long do you soak your screens in water before you wash out?

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  10. I never really took the time to understand these exposure calculators…that was good! Thanks man! Printfam

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  11. Futur Motion January 31, 2019

    Thanks for tips from France bro, i have ร  few difficult for understand what you say ๐Ÿ˜… but video talk more than words.

    God bless man ๐Ÿ™

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  12. Memart Melo January 31, 2019

    Thank you Cam! Big help!

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  13. Depe Dugi January 31, 2019

    Odliฤne preporuke za snimanje sita. Pozdrav iz Srbije.

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  14. Art /Random January 31, 2019

    Great video! Very informative ๐Ÿ™‚

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  15. Franky Freedom SP January 31, 2019

    great info ! and do the exposure times change for higher or lower mesh counts?

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  16. mark Gomez January 31, 2019

    Really good video good to see you back

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  17. Tim McElheny January 31, 2019

    Great video. I got some 225 and 150 S-Mesh that I'm pumped to try out

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  18. Alan Guzman January 31, 2019

    Good Job dude!

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  19. Hotbox Print Studio Chico Ca January 31, 2019

    Nice cut-ins on this one in the beginning there Cam

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  20. Print It To Win It January 31, 2019

    Just this week I noticed after washing out my screens and hitting it with compressed air to remove any emulsion in the image area, some of the image would come loose and flop around. At first I thought it was a degreasing issue but turns out I just had to expose it longer. I have the entry-level Ryonet 8 bulb exposure unit and I guess it will be time to replace the bulbs soon. Cost me a lot of time and a lot of money on account of all the beer I had to drink to cope with the issue because it happened when I was swamped of course. Live and learn! Thanks for the vid!

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  21. Eddie Butler January 31, 2019

    nice to have you back cam. Question 1, what emulsion do you use. I have the 80 watt version of your light and with my emulsion (ecotex crap) it took 7 minutes, the light is 14 inches away from the glass. I am guessing it is the emulsion i am using causing me problems with exposure times. at 7 minutes it still lost some small details on a 200mesh.

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  22. Maria Stevens January 31, 2019

    Thanks Cam, yes that was very useful.

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  23. Inkings Ink January 31, 2019

    PRINT LIFE..!!
    A tip: Make sure you run your exposure calculations across your different mesh counts. Your 180, 156, or 110 will tolerate a longer exposure time than your 230, 305, or 330 meshes with high detail or halftones which will require a shorter exposure time (Usually about 20-25 percent). Color of mesh, type of emulsion and their solid content, as well as the thickness of your stencil will also cause variations. Of course the quality of your film positive is of the upmost importance before a calculator will be an effective tool. For newbies a dual cure diazo emulsion will be the most forgiving. Anyway I be quiet now. Thanks Cameo..!!

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  24. Mike Jones February 1, 2019

    awesome video I had screen break down I use chroma blue emulsion and wasn't degreasing good enough but watching your video helped me out a lot, I have the 8 20watt uv bulb and burn for 7 min and have no break down at all. 1 question how long do you let the screen sit in the dip tank and is it just water that's in there cause when you wash out the screen it looks like it doesn't take long to wash out. Thank you

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  25. Mr Fomiatti February 1, 2019

    Idea? If your image wont wash out properly, and your in a pickle' dilute some stripper on a rag and rub it lightly over the area, then gently wash out.
    Hope this helps. ๐Ÿšฌ

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  26. YEYO THE GOD February 1, 2019

    hell yea great tips brotha i feel em its all about the print life

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  27. Mikey Designs & Silk Screen February 1, 2019

    You always manage to sum up all the things that could go wrong in these videos. Either great planning on your part, or sheer genius… probably both.

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  28. Jonatan Marx February 1, 2019

    Awesome tips and really great info ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  29. Byron Perez February 1, 2019

    Hey Cam I love your channel! I have a question. When starting out what mesh count do you recommend when picking screens?

    If anyone else has recommendations please let me know! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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