Screen Printing Exposure Calculator

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05/11/2022
Josh M.
United States

Get this, even if you don’t think you need it

I waited 3 weeks to purchase this exposure calculator. I exposed about 10 screen in that time and none of them would wash out. I was starting to think the screen printing wasn’t for me. I bought the calculator, I exposed 1 screen with three different times using the calculator. Long story short I was exposing for 9 minutes before and with the help of the calculator I figured out that I only needed 30 seconds. This will save you so much frustration and headache. Get it!

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05/10/2021
Nathan B.
United States United States

iDont understand how to use it

iNeed a link for a video that shows me how to use this thing please.

TC
01/21/2021
Tanner C.
United States United States

Exposure Calculator

Easy to use, dialed my exposure times in, does what it says it does.

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12/28/2020
SIMON B.
United States United States

Spot On.

I recently switched to the DC Pink emulsion and this thing helped me dial in exposure time. I got a solid 7 on my second try. I knew I was right on the money. Shipping was super fast and early even in the middle of the holidays. I now buy all my supplies from direct. Super happy.

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11/09/2020
Tony R.
United States United States

Not for me... yet

I've seen miracles spoken of this exposure calculator for dialing in exposure times. However, it assumes that you are printing your designs on transparencies with ink. I haven't made the investment in a good photo printer yet, so I'm still printing on vellum with my old laser printer. If I use the exposure calculator with that, I end up with very overexposed screens because the toner lets way too much light through. Once I step up to ink on film, I'm sure this will be incredibly useful.