Neenah Paper Creates Screen Stencil System
Neenah Paper Technical Products has created a first of its kind system to produce screen stencils with a laser printer without the use of a polymer emulsion layer or a photo resist step.
Neenah Paper Technical Products has launched this with Rhino-Tech as the distributor.
"This is literally a new to the world process for garment decorating," explained Gregory Markus, president of RhinoTech. "We are thrilled to offer this type of system to our customers."
"RhinoScreen, a dry stencil film is simple to use, allows for a cleaner work environment, and is more environmentally responsible," said Gerry Rector, associate marketing director, with Neenah Paper. "It requires four easy steps. First, the user prints a negative image in black using a laser printer on the imaging sheet of the dry stencil system. Next using the heat press, the user presses the transfer sheet to the imaging sheet. Then the imaging sheet is pressed onto the screen at 315°F for a minute. Lastly, the sheet is peeled from the screen when cooled."
For more information, visit www.rhinotechinc.com.