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Posted on Fri, 29 Apr 2005 at 23:13



pppplease help me. i'm looking everywhere for information on how to screen print using an at-home silk screen set-up on CDRs... i'm assuming this process is not very simple as information is scarce. i tried water-based... no luck. i'm hoping i can just use a different sort of ink...

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Anonymous says: I use a multipurpose plastic ink called Dry Film I get from ND graphics in Canada. Most solvent based mutipurpose inks will bond, you have to use unprinted blanks (not the white or frosted ones.) through ...

I use a multipurpose plastic ink called Dry Film I get from ND graphics in Canada. Most solvent based mutipurpose inks will bond, you have to use unprinted blanks (not the white or frosted ones.)
through a 305 mesh, I have a small custom Cd printer I use, but it is easy with a vacuum table and a rounded cutout.

You can see some printing on my website www.squeegeeville.com click on products then Cd printer.

the pro printers use UV inks and a uv curing module.

I just dry mine on a rack with a clean sheet of newsprint to lay on.

have done up to 4 colours (not process colour)

Works great.

posted on: Sat, 04/30/2005 - 2:05am
Djenka says: :D Best solvent based colours SERICOL SO posted on: Wed, 09/06/2006 - 11:17am

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