Comments: Silk Screen Printing Part 3: Burning the screen

"scoop, skim, and spread"
"muff the process"

I can't wait to see what kind of hits we'll get for this. Hee hee.

Great information, Matt. You rock! (Although I may be partial.)

Posted by nanc at June 20, 2006 04:01 PM

Partial or not, you're right, Matty rocks!

Posted by P-la at June 21, 2006 03:00 PM

Hey! I love this design, I hope you're making shirts to sell and not just using it for a tutorial. I want one. Or several.

(although around our Settlers table, it's usually me saying "anybody got brick? my firstborn for brick?" and Phil sitting back with that smug "I'm gonna win" expression. Argh).

Posted by jodi at July 6, 2006 04:18 PM

your totally funnny....its official all the way from italy

Posted by andrealouisa at September 11, 2006 02:26 PM

"In a darkish room, grab your photo-emulsed screen, and lay it face up. Spray a quick dab of Super 77 spray adhesive on the top of the screen"
are you POSITIVE you don't mean face down??? it just doesn't look right in my head because you have to flip it later...

Posted by billy B at August 1, 2007 11:42 PM

Yesss. Exactly the info I was looking for!! Great peice of writing!!
Thank you-

Posted by susanne at January 31, 2008 11:26 PM

how long do u expose it if its in the sun?

Posted by sergio at March 19, 2008 07:49 PM

how long do u expose it if its in the sun?

Posted by sergio at March 19, 2008 07:49 PM

i wonder if you mess up on your screen or you want to use it again can you just burn the emultion off? or you have to buy a new silk screen?

Posted by aj at May 22, 2008 03:58 PM

I was wondering how long you had to take an image off of a silk screen before it became dificult or impossible to do so?

Posted by leeeelu at October 4, 2008 11:41 AM

great information, thanks!
i too would like to know about the range of exposure time in the sun. i live where the sun shines bright and hot. suggestions?

Posted by lia at November 21, 2008 02:03 PM
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