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  • Leinbacher
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    Here's the exposure calculator! Agreed, increasing your mesh count should help and don't be scared of water pressure, it's going to help on that fine detail, be careful and stand back a bit. Wet your screen after exposing and let it sit for a few before washing out your image. This will help loosen the emulsion a bit. I imagine the font size of 300 names on one shirt is really fine detail!

    https://www.screenprinting.com/produ...ion-step-wedge
    Last edited by Leinbacher; 05-01-2019, 09:16 AM.

  • deltsigjoe
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    I have 160 screen, but since I am running white ink, I thought 110 would be better.
    I don't have the 21 step exposure calculator... is that something I can download?

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  • Chuggins
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    Hi Joe,

    Sounds like you may be trying to resolve an image with to much detail on your 110 mesh. Do you have a 156 or 200 mesh screen you can try this on?

    Also, do you have the 21 step exposure calculator? What are your results using that?

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  • deltsigjoe
    started a topic Class tees

    Class tees

    Hello All,
    I am working with class tees and already ruined 3 screens.
    Does any one have any tip or trick to washout the screen after being burned. I don't want to apply too much pressure so I just use a normal hose with gun attachment but it seems that in some areas I am not spraying correctly and not al the letters in some names are coming out. Help..
    by the way, I'm using a 110 screen and have around 300 names on the shirt.
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