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Ink Conducts Electricity Via Carbon

July 4, 2017 Bill Hood 0

Bare Conductive has created an electrically conductive paint (screenprintable) that is based on carbon that is added to the paint. You apply an even and thin layer of Electric Paint onto a flat surface using a film positive with the circuit you create.

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How Rheology Affects the Squeegee Stroke

June 8, 2015 Bill Hood 0

If you have never heard the term, Bingham, you may not know much about rheology. If you are printing with a thixotropic substance, and many of us are, you need to understand a bit about rheology. Thixotropic substances change as they are moved and it important that you understand how this affects the final print. This article will help you understand how rheology is important to you in your goal to achieve better results in your print quality.

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Tale of Two Shirts

June 8, 2015 Bill Hood 0

During the Printwear Show held in March 2011 in Austin, Texas, several thousand people came into the School of Screenprinting booth to judge two black...

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Defining Brilliancy

December 9, 2014 Bill Hood 0

Question from an email: I have seen your video on your site at the School of Screenprinting where you print white ink on a black...

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