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Slow Land Orca Transportation Helicopter (Sloth)

TermDefinition
Pellon Test fabric before printing - Synthetic fabric to test print on.
Vellum Paper that the design is put on - Paper used to burn screens.
Emulsion Blue paint stuff, blue liquid that coats the screen and hardens for the image to be put into it.
Deep Well Platemaker Shines light onto the emulsion and vellum paper to make a design, and harden it.
Lithography Chemical process on a flat surface.
Toner Aid Sprayed on vellum before you burn it to a screen to make the black ink darker.
Plate Use for offset press
Flash Heater that drys the top layer of ink on a screen print
Press Screen Press
Green-A-Way - What step for cleaning the screen is this? Spray on screen to remove ink - Step 1
D-Grease - What step in cleaning a screen is this? Removes oil, resets chemical process of mesh/screen. - Step 4
Dip Tank - What step in cleaning a screen is this? Soak your finished screen to remove the emulsion - Step 2
D-Haze After dip tank, removes any remaining ink stains on the screen - Step 3
Created by: Slothman