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    Default NON-water soluble blockout

    I cant seem to find a non-water soluble blockout anywhere. can someone point me in the right direction?

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    do you want it for pinholes, or for direct-screen stencil-painting? the reason i ask is because you can just use emulsion for pinholes, let it dry, and then hit it with some light. hell, you might even be able to do it for direct-screen stenciling...never tried it. i can tell you though - when i was in school, we had a non-water soluble blockout, but it basically fell out of the screen in the middle of the print run. not sure if there is a "good" brand.

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    i want it for pinholes, i know you can use emulsion and then re-expose, i'll do that if i cant find a reliable non water soluble emulsion. i want something i can use on the press, that dries quickly. i know andy talked about the saati w-1 but i cant seem to find that anywhere.

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    speedball makes a nice screen filler. dries in like 2 minutes.
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    Default Here ya go

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    Works great for on press touch up. But I still prefer photoemulsion for blockout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balance View Post
    speedball makes a nice screen filler. dries in like 2 minutes.
    i have this, after about 50 prints i got brownish red shit all over my prints. maybe ill just start using emulsion.

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    This is what I use. Works like a charm.

    Blue Blockout Pen - 500-250-2-EA

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenochrome View Post
    This is what I use. Works like a charm.

    Blue Blockout Pen - 500-250-2-EA
    thats exactly what i am looking for man. thanks a bunch.

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    Hey, that Blockout Pen looks pretty rad. I've been using tape, but I wouldn't mind something like that. Does anybody know anything about the green blockout pen? Green Blockout Pen - 500-250-1-EA It's supposed to be fast drying for repairs on the press.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatdreams View Post
    Hey, that Blockout Pen looks pretty rad. I've been using tape, but I wouldn't mind something like that. Does anybody know anything about the green blockout pen? Green Blockout Pen - 500-250-1-EA It's supposed to be fast drying for repairs on the press.
    The green one dissolves with water.

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