(Quoted from GraphicsPro. Full article here.)
You’re a beginner at screen printing or have been printing for years, yet your white prints often have jagged or “blurry” edges. Don’t despair. Here are some tricks and tips to help you achieve a clean print — every time.
One of the complaints I hear the most is, “My white ink is not opaque enough.” Although it may be true of some inks, I find that most of the time, it’s the printing technique that is causing the lack of opacity or the jagged edges. Each piece of equipment or tool you use in your printing can make a difference in how your final print turns out.
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