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Lápices en blanco para 
Estampado en caliente


Make your own single colour Screen Printer in a few simple steps!

1. Affix the Screen Clamps to a wooden board (MDF Board available as an optional extra - 9mm thick, roughly A3))

2. Prepare your silk screen, using an exposure process or cutting and applying vinyl to the screen material. Cutters such as the Silhouette Cameo 4 or Brother Scan N Cut are great for cutting our stencils for screen printing

3. Coat the Screen with the ink and then use a squeegee to push the ink through and print your item!



Water-based inks

If using water-based inks (also known as air drying ink),  hang or lay garment to 'air dry' and then heat press for a few seconds to

cure the ink. If you do not have a heat press, you may use a domestic iron to iron over the design, covering the image with a teflon sheet.

Air drying inks are easier to work with and it is also easier to clean the screen, squeegee etc.

Plastisol Inks

These are oil-based inks which require curing under an infra-red heater or a Spot Dryer. Once cured, the prints are very durable but a greater amount of time is required to clean the screen, squeegee etc. using solvents.

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