I've been screen printing for a while now and have been very successful with posters that are on 11x17 standard card stock. These are usually used as local gig posters. But I've been wanting to start printing posters that are much larger, mostly for serigraphs. I do everything by hand and print in my kitchen. I have an exposing unit but it is too small for the larger screens I've recently purchased (23"x31").
I've been trying to find some information about using halogen lights to burn screens. My idea is to use a powerful work light to burn the screen while its upright. In theory, this would allow be to burn a screen that was larger than my exposing unit and save on space. I could just hang the screen on a wall and aim the light at it from a calculated distance. Any suggestions on how to do this or where to look? I'd appreciate it.