1 T-shirt print board-----no need to find a table, anywhere to print. • 1 pre-stretched sturdy aluminum frame-----longevity and high quality. • 1 13" squeegee-----applying the ink and emulsion film easily. • White paste and transparent base-----mix with the color pigment to be the printing ink. • 10 sheets of transparency films-----to print your design on.
1. PREPARE SCREEN: Make sure the screen is clean and free of dust and oil, if you want better effect, you can use asc365 special liquids to get mesh dull for easier attaching. Spray the screen with water. It should be completely soaked, but not dripping. Asoyou can use a spray bottle to wet screen.
2. APPLY EMULSION TO SCREEN: Apply the dull/sticky side to the back of the wet screen. You can roll the emulsion sheet, apply front part, then roll down the whole sheet. There are two sides to the sheet, one shiny and one dull. If you can't tell which is which, wet your fingers and touch the corner. The sticky side is the dull side.
Run squeegee over the shiny surface of the emulsion, then another size, the last time is back to shiny surface. TIP: Inspect front of the screen for any bubbles or dry areas. Dry areas will have a spiderweb pattern. Use spray bottle with water to lightly mist any dry areas. If three times is not good, you can keep squeegeeing both sides of screen to eliminate excess water prior to drying.
2 sheets of emulsion sheet-----to make the plate, please see the following detailed instruction. • Screen printing degreaser and autoprep-----applying the emulsion film (stick to the screen firmly). • Print board adhesive-----hold the garments in the right position (apply hundreds of printing). • Screen frame hinge clamp-----connect the print board and the frame with 2 bolts. • 5 colors of the pigment-----applying different designs. • 2 stainless steel spatulas with plastic handle