Top 5 Most Helpful Screen Printing Articles of 2021  | Screenprinting.com

Top 5 Most Helpful Screen Printing Articles of 2021

Jacelyn Wedman
Learning the trade of screen printing never stops. No matter if you print in your spare bedroom or are outgrowing your 8 color press, there’s always more to learn. Want a crash course? Here’s the 5 most helpful blogs for screen printers of all types in 2021.
4 Steps to Consistently Reclaim Screens  | Screenprinting.com

4 Steps to Consistently Reclaim Screens

Jacelyn Wedman
Reclaiming screens has to be one of the most tedious parts of screen printing. Who hasn’t procrastinated and left screens sitting by the washout booth without reclaiming them? With the right cleaners and good habits, your reclaim process can be super easy.
4 Things to Keep In Mind When Emulsion and Emulsion Removers Freeze  | Screenprinting.com

4 Things to Keep In Mind When Emulsion and Emulsion Removers Freeze

Colin Huggins
Both emulsion and emulsion removers can and will freeze. Most emulsions are not freeze/thaw stable. Depending on the emulsion's chemistry, you can see a number of different results when opening the container. Ross Balfour of Saati shared four facts you need to know about emulsion in the winter.
4 Tips to Prevent Pinholes and Fisheyes  | Screenprinting.com

4 Tips to Prevent Pinholes and Fisheyes

Jacelyn Wedman
You’ve coated a screen for screen printing, exposed it, and rinsed it out. You might notice tiny holes in the screen where there shouldn’t be. Why is this? In this video, Ronald Peters touches on why pinholes and fisheyes happen, and gives tips to stop them before they cause problems on your screen. 
How to Prepare A Screen For Water-Based Printing  | Screenprinting.com

How to Prepare A Screen For Water-Based Printing

Jacelyn Wedman

Prepping a screen for water-based inks can be a little more tricky than plastisol. The print deposit is thinner, the ink dries on the screen over time, and the ink can potentially break down emulsion faster than plastisol ink would. Because of this, you need a good screen to get a good print. Let’s go through the process of making a screen so you’re prepared for your next water-based job. 

How the Baselayr X1620 Exposure Unit Will Elevate Your Darkroom  | Screenprinting.com

How the Baselayr X1620 Exposure Unit Will Elevate Your Darkroom

Jacelyn Wedman
Do you want to experience faster exposure times? Do you wish your stencils were more durable? Are you having trouble capturing details? You’re going to want to take a look at the Baselayr X1620 LED Exposure Unit: a new, improved unit for entry level printers. This exposure unit has new technology that will improve production. What’s so special about this exposure unit? Let’s find out.
What Baselayr Plastisol Emulsion Does for Your Shop  | Screenprinting.com

What Baselayr Plastisol Emulsion Does for Your Shop

Jacelyn Wedman
Many printers exclusively use plastisol ink. If this sounds like you, check out Baselayr Plastisol emulsion. The high performance emulsion will streamline production by exposing faster, rinsing out quicker, and reclaiming with less effort. Want to get the most from this emulsion? Expert Colin Huggins walks through proper exposure methods and coating techniques to elevate your dark room.
What is the Purpose of Emulsion Hardener?  | Screenprinting.com

What is the Purpose of Emulsion Hardener?

Sage Larson
Ever had a stencil break down during production? It sucks. Unless you have backup screens ready, production will come to a halt. Your time is valuable. For jobs that need tougher screens, use emulsion hardener to save you time and money.
Everything You Need To Know About Emulsion Prep  | Screenprinting.com

Everything You Need To Know About Emulsion Prep

Sage Larson
Emulsion Prep… Is it necessary to use? As much as you love spending time cleaning screens, Emulsion Prep is an extra step that can be a game changer. Let’s take a look at what Emulsion Prep is, when to use it, and how to use it.
A Guide to Getting the Most Out of Baselayr Long Lasting Emulsion  | Screenprinting.com

A Guide to Getting the Most Out of Baselayr Long Lasting Emulsion

Jacelyn Wedman
So you’ve just gotten your hands on Baselayr Long Lasting Emulsion. It’s perfect for printers who are just starting out, or for those who don’t have a perfect darkroom yet. Now that you have it, how should you use it? How do you get the best out of the emulsion? Screen printing expert Colin Huggins shows you how to mix the diazo into the emulsion, how to coat screens, how to expose, and more.
The Emulsion for Plastisol-Only Printers  | Screenprinting.com

The Emulsion for Plastisol-Only Printers

Sage Larson
You demand excellence in every aspect of your business. Every detail matters, and that includes the quality of your equipment and supplies. Plastisol screen printers, it’s time for you to meet Baselayr Plastisol Emulsion.
Baselayr Long Lasting: The Emulsion for New Printers  | Screenprinting.com

Baselayr Long Lasting: The Emulsion for New Printers

Sage Larson
New screen printers. Darkroom novices. Riley Hopkins 150 Press users. DIY printers. We're talking to you. Say hello to Baselayr Long Lasting Emulsion, a high performance, high solids emulsion. It'll produce high-quality screens for printers who are still honing their darkroom processes.