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I'm new here, hope we can share our knowledge together.:D
i've been trying to burn a screen with a film of 100 line per inch/screen, (very fine tone) using 500W spotlight. but it failed. the result i get all the time is not all the tone is successfully burnt out. it only gets 60-70% compare with the real pic. so any idea guys? help pls thanks!
 

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Hi fluid thanks for the explain.
i'm using 100T( i dunno how u guys count it in overseas) mesh frame to burn a 100 lpi film. if using 45lpi the tone will be rough. :( any suggesting lpi should i use to make a perfect tone on a white and black tee? thanks
 

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Hi Rich! Thanks for the answer, will try to achive that kinda small dot. will show u once i make it! cheers!
 

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thats the problem. Most screen printers use 45-65 dots per inch when printing. Only the big guys during industry awards boast that print at that small of a dot. I would use a 305 or 355 mesh frame for a dot that small.
Is this applicable for water base or plastisol ink? Thnks.
 

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Hi guys,

I'm new here, hope we can share our knowledge together.:D
i've been trying to burn a screen with a film of 100 line per inch/screen, (very fine tone) using 500W spotlight. but it failed. the result i get all the time is not all the tone is successfully burnt out. it only gets 60-70% compare with the real pic. so any idea guys? help pls thanks!
if you dont have a vacuum table it is almost impossible to get fine detail. do you
 
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