How Rheology Affects the Squeegee Stroke

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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Bill Hood is an International Consultant in the Screenprinting Technologies, focusing on consistency, predictable outcomes and reproducible results. He is the author of over 50 books on the screenprinting technologies as well as thousands of technical articles, many of which are available at www.screenprintbooks.com online. He writes for Solutions Journal Magazine and other trade publications, is a speaker at various events and has judged international screenprinting competitions. He can be contacted through his website at www.billhoodconsulting.com online.