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Sad songs make me happy.
Overprint is easier, but you can get 2 different colors of black if you plan it out. Black on Yellow = Greenish Black. Black on raw paper should be a deeper black.
I think they were moved to the "Super Premium" section where Andy is at your disposal 24 hrs a day.
That's what my LOL sounds like in RL
M&R for the press. If you can make a nice vacuum table then it should work fine.
I think protocol is that such an honor needs to be seconded.
We could start a letter writing campaign. I nominate Crosshairs to write the actual letter for us all to download and send to Epson.
That's a very basic exposure system. You could always convert it to a light box at a later date I suppose. Personally I would never buy a unit that did not have a vacuum and blanket.
Yeah I was the one who suggested that. The way I discovered that was that my 9600 (which is deadly accurate) would only shift registration when I switched to a new roll.
Another thing is is to...
8 Bar = 116 psi. We are using 2500 psi. Part of that is the way the nozzle condenses the stream.
@ Mike: Are you using a rip for those halftones?
Did you rotate your image before output? Because that would turn a 22 angle bitmap into 68 angle bitmap.
I blast the hell out of them.
We switched halftone rip programs and 22.5 degrees is not as reliable as it used to be for some reason.
You have hairy palms so I imagine they would work great.
You spot the moire before you coat. But if you are using a dual-cure emulsion I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Another thing that can increase the dot/screen moire is not properly developing the screen. Moires from lack of development tend to show themselves in the 5%-30% range. These moires are from the...
Moires can happen when two halftones are printed on top of each other. But for me moires happen more when the dots are exposed onto the screen. THe haltone pattern and the mesh pattern create it. I...
Sorry hard to tell from your photo. Is it banding or a moire?
True banding comes from film output or an unsharpened squeegee.
If it's a moire and you are experienced in dealing with these I have...
Vortex Arc Lamp or go home.
That depends on how fast you use it. We used to store it in the fridge but now we are using a gallon per day so it doesn't matter to us.
If a gallon is going to take a month or more to use then I...
Yes you can expose with them times will be longer than pure UV blacklight or actinic. I've exposed as a classroom test to a normal fluorescent tube hanging from the classroom ceiling.
Go with the old film machine while you can. They won't be around much longer.
We work out in the open right under a skylight but we are using dual-cure emulsion.
I do not think at this point you will notice that much of a difference between Golden and Daler-Rowney. Golden...
Golden should work. You might also want to try Daler-Rowney System 3 screenprint medium and acrylics.
No it's not normal for an emulsion to be...
If your paper isn't registering the same each time then you are doing something wrong.