4 neon 18W 60 cm long.
Exposure times reduced by approximately 80% Ideal with Diazo emulsion: they eliminate the need for additional exposure after developing the screen printing frame.
The exposure time varies according to the emulsion used on the screen printing frame and the number of threads of the frame itself.
By emulsifying the frames with diazo and UV neon the exposure times will be considerably reduced.
If, once the exposure is finished, the emulsion detaches from the screen printing frame, it means that the exposure time was not sufficient.
You can find useful tips on emulsion techniques for screen printing frames by visiting our blog in the section dedicated to the Eco display and its use.
TABLE OF EXPOSURE TIMES OF THE SCREEN FRAME
These times are only indicative. In relation to the different thickness of emulsion deposited on the screen printing frame, they may undergo variations.
|Standard||55 fili/cm||QLT||4 min|
|Standard||55 fili/cm||TEXTIL HT||30 min|
|Philips 6.500° K||55 fili/cm||QLT||2 min e 30 sec|
|Philips 6.500° K||55 fili/cm||TEXTIL HT||15 min|
|NEON UV||55 fili/cm||QLT||1 min e 15 sec|
|NEON UV||55 fili/cm||TEXTIL HT||4 min e 30 sec|
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