Screen Print Workshop

The Screen Print Workshop offers attendees a wide range of topics to enhance the running of their own print shops. The informative sessions will be of interest to both novices and experts alike.

To view the programme for each day just click on the below links.

 

 

Sunday, January 21

11am Waterbased vs plastisol

Dave Roper of D. Roper

This session will cover the best type of ink for your needs and your print shop; the differences between the two, plus pros and cons. This session will also cover mesh counts and squeegee angles as well as other tips, tricks and tools for printing. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

12pm The reclaiming process

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

This session will cover the three types of screen reclaiming; manual reclaiming, dip tank reclaiming and automated reclaiming. The products and equipment used, costs involved, plus the hazards will be touched upon. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

1pm What to look for in your first manual set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

This session will discuss the best manual for the job and which one will suit your requirements. What other equipment is essential to start screen printing in a manual set up. Making sure you are on the right track to print in the most effective and efficient way. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

2pm Choosing your chemicals and determining your costs

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

Want to know the ins and outs of screen chemicals such as on press cleaners and stain removers? Then this session is for you. The costs and hazards of each chemical will be covered. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

3pm Upgrading to an automatic set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

When is the right time to move from manual to auto? This session will cover what is required to set up and automatic screen printing work shop as well as the other necessities such as electric, space, air etc. Other equipment may also need upgrading to ensure efficient work flow, so this will be touched upon also. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

Monday, January 22

11am Waterbased vs plastisol

Dave Roper of D. Roper

This session will cover the best type of ink for your needs and your print shop; the differences between the two, plus pros and cons. This session will also cover mesh counts and squeegee angles as well as other tips, tricks and tools for printing. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

12pm The reclaiming process

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

This session will cover the three types of screen reclaiming; manual reclaiming, dip tank reclaiming and automated reclaiming. The products and equipment used, costs involved, plus the hazards will be touched upon. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

1pm What to look for in your first manual set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

This session will discuss the best manual for the job and which one will suit your requirements. What other equipment is essential to start screen printing in a manual set up. Making sure you are on the right track to print in the most effective and efficient way. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

2pm Choosing your chemicals and determining your costs

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

Want to know the ins and outs of screen chemicals such as on press cleaners and stain removers? Then this session is for you. The costs and hazards of each chemical will be covered. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

3pm Upgrading to an automatic set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

When is the right time to move from manual to auto? This session will cover what is required to set up and automatic screen printing work shop as well as the other necessities such as electric, space, air etc. Other equipment may also need upgrading to ensure efficient work flow, so this will be touched upon also. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

Tuesday, January 23

11am The reclaiming process

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

This session will cover the three types of screen reclaiming; manual reclaiming, dip tank reclaiming and automated reclaiming. The products and equipment used, costs involved, plus the hazards will be touched upon. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

12pm What to look for in your first manual set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

This session will discuss the best manual for the job and which one will suit your requirements. What other equipment is essential to start screen printing in a manual set up. Making sure you are on the right track to print in the most effective and efficient way. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

1pm Choosing your chemicals and determining your costs

Tim Chaffman of Easiway Systems

Want to know the ins and outs of screen chemicals such as on press cleaners and stain removers? Then this session is for you. The costs and hazards of each chemical will be covered. Presented by Tim Chaffman, regional sales manager, Easiway Systems.

2pm Upgrading to an automatic set up

Dave Roper of D. Roper

When is the right time to move from manual to auto? This session will cover what is required to set up and automatic screen printing work shop as well as the other necessities such as electric, space, air etc. Other equipment may also need upgrading to ensure efficient work flow, so this will be touched upon also. Presented by Dave Roper, managing director, D. Roper.

 

You will find the Screen Print Workshop on stand A70. Each session will last 30 minutes with time to ask questions. Seats fill up fast so please arrive early to guarantee your place.

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