I had a bitch of a time printing last night, and I'm pretty sure there are no "easy fixes" for dealing with humidity, but I figured I'd throw it out there and see if y'all have any ideas.
First problem was just emulsion/screen drying, but was solved pretty quickly with dual fan action hitting both sides of the screen until dry. I think we'd also benefit from having a dehumidifier in the screen area.
Next: Amy Jo was kind enough to pre-rack my paper, to hopefully avoid buckling when printing, but it didn't work, and I had a major crease on every print that screwed up the top-half of my sheet (luckily, I was ganging two print jobs on this sheet, and the top was a "for fun" print)...
Solution would probably be heavier stock (I was using 140lb Exact Index (equivilent of maybe 80lb), and allow for longer dry times between colors. Right?
But since that wasn't an option (all three colors had to be printed last night) are there any other work-arounds for that?
Post any anti-humidity tips/tricks here, please.