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Friday, April 20, 2012

Print...

Equipment:

-Apron
Keeps clothers protected
-Screan and bored












For your image to be on. Then you can print onto materials.
-Squeegee












You use to push the paint throught the mesh of the screen.













You use this to put paint onto the screen and to mix colours.














-Paint
This is for printing













-Light box
This is what you use to expose the screen with the photo sensitive emulsion


-Assotate
This is what your image goes on. Then you put it onto the lightbox and it makes sure that part of the screen has your image


-Printing materials (shirt/paper)
Paper or a shirt to print your image onto.












-Jet wash
This is to wash your screen. Almost all of the photo sensitive emulsion will stay on the scr5een apart from what wasnt exposed.








 -News paper
To try and keep the table clean.










-Scooper
Or trouh is used to put the photo sensitive emulsion onto the screen

-Photo sensitive emulsion
This is placed onto the screen and when its dry it is put onto the lightbox to be exposed and if there is anything that is blocking the light then it will not harden in that area. this is how you create your image on the screen.


How to apply the Photo sensitive emulsion.
  1. Chose the screen that you want to use
  2. Find the Photo sensitive emulsion
  3. Find a scooper
  4. Find something to lean your screen against.
  5. Put enough Photo sensitive emulsion in the scooper to fill up the dip in it.
  6. Press the scooper against the screen until all the Photo sensitive emulsion is against it
  7. Slowly pull the scooper up, applying the Photo sensitive emulsion onto the screen.
  8. Leave it dry for a couple of hours in a dark area, so that the screen is not exposed to any light.

How to use a light box

  1. Make sure that you picture on the assotate is as dark as it can be, so that no light passes through it.
  2. Place the assotate onto the glass.
  3. Place the screen on top of the assotate in the are that you want it.
  4. Close the lid to the light box
  5. Lock it
  6. Then press the Vacuum button and waite for it to be done.
  7. Make sure it is on 120 units
  8. Press the green start button
  9. Then hold down the starter button for 5 seconds.
  10. Waite for it to be done then click off the vacuum button
  11. Waite for it to return to its normal shape
  12. Then you can open the lid and take your screen and assotate
  13. Then affer a little while you can wash of the are where your assotate was to show your image.

How to put photo sensitive emulsion onto the screen

  1. First you get the screen you want.
  2. Then get the photo sensitive emulsion and scooper.
  3. You then find someone who will hold your screen for you.
  4. Place the photo sensitive emulsion onto the scooper and try and spred it evenly.
  5. Make sure the screen is at a slight angle.
  6. The place the edge of the scooper against the bottem of the screen.
  7. Wate for the photo sensitive emulsion to be pressing against the screen.
  8. The pull the scooper up. Not to fast but trying not to be very slow.
  9. When you get to the other end of the screen tip the scooper towards you.
  10. Wait for the photo sensitive emulsion to move back. Then you can take away the scooper.
  11. Afterwards make sure you see were the photo sensitive emulsion might drip.
  12. Then put it somwere that it wont be exposed to any light.
  13. And make sure that you leave it so it wont drip onto itself.

CMYK
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/C/CMYK.html
Short for Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black, and pronounced as separate letters. CMYK is a color model in which all colors are described as a mixture of these four process colors. CMYK is the standard color model used in offset printing for full-color documents. Because such printing uses inks of these four basic colors, it is often called four-color printing.
In contrast, display devices generally use a different color model called RGB, which stands for Red-Green-Blue. One of the most difficult aspects of desktop publishing in color is color matching -- properly converting the RGB colors into CMYK colors so that what gets printed looks the same as what appears on the monitor.





-Spatula

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