• High Density Screen Positive

    Before you squeegee any ink on a t-shirt or expose your screen to light, you need to produce a film positive that is clear to UV light to create a clean unimaged area, has rich blacks to enable the shortest burn time, and is on a stable material that feeds consistently through the printer to create accurate registration and dot placement. Used in the screen printing process, the film positive or negative is the first and most critical step. You want to select a film that can deliver maximum clarity (Dmin) to allow for the UV light used in exposing the screen. You also want a film that can deliver maximum print density (Dmax) to block that same light.

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  • Indoor Window

    If you have a clear window surface it is usually there for some aesthetic or functional purpose. You probably don’t want to cover it with an opaque graphic. So why would you settle for a clear graphic film that is not as clear as your glass surface?

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  • Outdoor Window

    Don’t install an outdoor window film that will deteriorate over time from weather and handling. Reverse print and install your graphic inside where it is protected from weather and handling.

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  • Overlay

    When clarity is important, don’t mess around with clear films that look more like a frosted window. A clear film is supposed to be clear.

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  • Separation Proofs

    After weeks of work, you are finally ready to send your artwork to another printer for the press run. One final check to make sure all the photos and vector art colors are correctly specified is a separation proof. At least 4 layers of clear film, each simulating a plate on the press, which can be proofed together to show the final composite and make sure all elements have separated correctly and are on their appropriate color plate.

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  • Vivid Color

    Whatever the final application, when you need to print full color graphics, most clear films can’t handle the inkload. The ink smudges, bleeds, or just simply doesn’t dry, making the print unusable. You need a clear film that delivers instant dry performance, even with white or metallic ink.

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