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Die-Cut vs. Laser Cut: What Makes the Difference?

Die-Cut vs. Laser Cut: What Makes the Difference?

Screen Printing
The most beautiful specimen of work can become sub-par if the finishing is not perfect. Although morning shows the day, when it comes to crafting, the finishing is equally, if not more, necessary. Hence, the emphasis on cutting. There are two different kinds of cutting methods available to crafters. One is Die-cut, and the other is laser cut. You, as a crafter, must know about the difference between this two variables. Why does it matter? It matters because each one of the two types comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. If you know that, then you can choose which method to use on your next or even current project. Let’s dive right in. At first, we will talk about Die cutting. What is Die cutting: If you…
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Common printing defects in screen printing

Common printing defects in screen printing

Printing Defects
In this procedure, the ink is pushed through a work or stencil to print a specific plan on the coveted material, similar to your customized shirt. Either by patterns or by an impermeable material, the fluid just exchanges to the regions the screen grants, taking into account incredible plan potential. The system has a long history and has advanced consistently, however the mechanics have remained practically the same. Screen printing didn't make it over the globe until the eighteenth century, yet it didn't get on rapidly because of the way that it was hard to discover silk work in those days. At to start with, the strategy was for the most part used to design attire, dividers and a few items. It wasn't until the point that the nineteenth century…
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How to build an Exposure Unit

How to build an Exposure Unit

Screen Printing
In this commercial world, it is very expensive to buy an Exposure Unit for Screen Printing. We can build an Exposure Unit at our house. It is neither complicated to build nor costs much in building the home made Exposure Unit. It doesn’t need any special skills in building it. We just need all the required things to just fix it. It is just a box with 24” length, 24” breadth, and 10” depth. It doesn’t occupy much space. It also contains set of fluorescent tubes, two normal compact florescent lights, and a switch to operate the tubes. Exposure Unit expose the screens i.e., we just burn the screens. Hence there should be at least 2” of gap between the screen and tubes. Other than this box we can have…
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