How to Coat a Screen Frame or Coating Screens 101A!





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Published on Mar 10, 2016

These are the tools you need to simplify the Screen Coating process.

1 – Screen Printing Frame

2- RhinoSol 500 Dual Cure Emulsion + Sensitizer
Add sensitizer to emulsion and then let stand so bubbles will disappear.

3 - Scoop Coater that has a rounded and sharp side and an angle piece that enables you to tip and rock and shear in one smooth motion.

I want to point out that, generally, you’ll be working with this in a light safe environment. For demo purposes, I’m going to work a bit quickly and then move to a dark light area for screen drying.

To begin, pour emulsion into scoop coater without over-filling and then begin to coat the non-squeegee side of the screen frame.

The reason that it’s important to start on the non-squeegee side of the frame is because you want to have the build-up on the bottom or non-squeegee side of the frame.

Move scoop coater straight up the frame and then shear off at the top. REPEAT.

Next, turn screen around and coat the squeegee side. REPEAT.

Place frame in a horizontal position in a light safe drying rack to dry.

Once dry, the next phase will be to expose the screen.

Really appreciate you watching our demo. If you need more info and have questions, please contact us at 651-686-5027 x 4, info@rhinotechinc.com. We look forward to working with you.


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