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Applying Emulsion on ascreen like the Yudu Screen on a Yudu Press

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Published on Mar 12, 2010

http://www.screenprinting.com/yudu-pr... Expand the capabilities of your Yudu machine with after market yudu supplies available from Ryonet. These after market supplies give you more flexibility and allow you to use more types of ink than ever before with your yudu machine! Find out more by signing up for our silk screening hobby newsletter, http://www.ryonet.com/silkscreeningne...

Our versatile Water Resist Dual Cure emulsion is specifically formulated to hold up to water based inks, plastisol, and works with Yudu inks. Most emulsions will break down because water inherently is what breaks down emulsion. This emulsion works great for the Yudu screens and also works with Ryonet's enviroline ink, plastisol ink, and Yudu ink. This emulsion also works GREAT with Ryonet Hobby Kits! If you are using this emulsion with Yudu screens you will need a 10" Emulsion Scoop Coater to apply the emulsion.
Shelf Life:
Unmixed: 6-8 Months
Mixed: 2-3 Months
Helpful hints to ensure your emulsion lasts longer once mixed.
- Always used distilled water to mix the emulsion diazo.
- Keep in a cool area, emulsion does not like heat and will break down much faster in heat, a fridge works great as well, however you CANNOT let your emulsion freeze, this will instantly ruin the emulsion.
- Keep the emulsion lid on tight.
- Slightly mix the emulsion every time you use it.
- This will help you extend the life of your emulsion once mixed, there is no "set date" on how long it will last, we recommend dating your emulsion once mixed and keeping an extra container on hand when your emulsion is about to expire.

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