The dip tank is an effective tool. When complemented by the proper chemical solution in the tank, a proper workflow in the screen shop, and correctly selected ink and stencil systems, the dip tank can help users realize deficiencies that are otherwise difficult to attain. They are useful not only for reclaiming purposes, but also in supporting the stencil-development process. This, in fact, is one of the best ways to use a dip tank because it makes stencil development after exposure much easier and much more consistent–especially for the novice screen printer.
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