Murakami Videos

How to make Waterbase and Discharge Screens
Create Strong Discharge Screens: Discover the correct methods for creating the strongest screen possible for Water base and Discharge Inks. See Video>

How to print bright base plates

How to achieve bright baseplates:  Watch how easy it is to print bright opaque base plates using Murakami 150-S Smartmesh.  Now you can print halftones and solid areas with a lower mesh count with less squeegee pressure, better details in a bright white base plate. See Video>

How to Apply Murakami Thick Film: Learn the best methods for adhering thick film to the screen.  Thick Film is used in electronics and textile printing applications. See Video>
 
How to apply MS-Capillary Film to a wet screen: This video will guide you through simple steps to adhere capillary film to a wet screen using the roll on technique. See Video>
How to apply MS-Capillary Film with a spray bottle: Here is another method to apply capillary film using a spray bottle technique. See Video>
How to apply MS-Capillary Film with emulsion: For optimum durability apply MS-Film with One Pot Sol C emulsion for the strongest capillary film screen.  See Video>
How to create thick stencils with Aquasol HS: Create thick stencils with wet onto wet coating techniques.  Achieve thick stencils for speciatly textile inks like high density, gel, glitter, suede, and puff inks. See Video>
How to analyze your emulsion exposures: Exposing Murakami emulsion correctly will maximize the performance on press and yield better print quality.  Get the most out of your emulsion with these tips. See Video>

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Mark Gervais, an industry expert on High Solid Acrylic ink screen printing discusses all facets of printing these new ink systems from: Stencil Making, Printing, Art and Press techniques.  Our thanks goes to both Mark for sharing this important knowledge and to M&R for attending the seminar to produce these fine videos on the subject.

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Part 1: Film Preparation and Separations

Part 2: Screen Making

Part 3: Inks and Ink Preparation Part A

Part 4: Inks and Ink Preparation Part B

Part 5: Screen Printing and Press Set-up

Part 6: Curing and Drying