Let’s talk about the real costs to library screens in lieu of reclaiming them after every job. The goal is to allow you to rethink your investment in screens through asset management. If you are like most screenprinters you have certain screens stored on shelves in the back room that you consider your library. These screens have been imaged with jobs that you print each week or each month and for that reason they are stored on the shelf to await their next usage. In this article we explain how keeping those screens on the shelves is not a good idea.
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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.