An ultra fast drying, water soluble (30 to 90 seconds) blockout. Recommended for on or off the press touch-up of direct stencil systems. Resists plastisol, UV, and most solvent based inks. Reclaims with tap water.
A fast drying, water soluble (10 to 15 minutes) blockout. Recommended for use during screen preparation. Works with all stencil systems. Resists virtually all solvent based, plastisol, and UV inks. Reclaims with tap water.
A quick drying (15 to 20 minutes) blockout. Recommended for use during screen preparation. Works with all stencil systems. Resists water based, plastisol, UV, and some solvent based inks. Reclaims with stencil remover.
Easy to use hinge clamps, constructed from cast steel, hold all wood or metal screens from 5/8" to 2" ( 1.5 to 5 cm ) thick. Locking action firmly holds screens in place for positive registration. Allows fast changeover between jobs. 1 - Pair with screws.
Stop guessing which mesh count in on your frame. Easy to read both U.S. and metric mesh numbers of monofilament and multifilament fabric, either from roll or stretched on frame. Two different scales are used for monofilament meshes, one for USA mesh counts from 100 to 240, and metric counts from 40 to 95; the other for those USA counts from 200 to 480, and metric counts from 78 to 190. Multifilament chart determines mesh counts from 6XX to 25XX, USA halftone counts from 55 to 200 and metric halftone numbers from 21 to 78. Photographically produced on heavy 8 x 10" polyester photo film ( 7 mil. ) for durability and clarity.
Our strongest disposable rubber gloves. These gloves cost a few cents more, but their durability will save you in the long run. These gloves can be used on long reclaiming projects where latex gloves would not hold up.
One Step Papers' Transal™ Express is a high-quality cold peel transfer paper specially designed for easier release. Transal™ Express is waterproof and works well with plastisol, puff inks, and particularly powder.