How To Register Your Artwork | Screen Printing Registration templates

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The answer to this problem is a screen printing registration template. Our pre-registration templates are printed on backlight film making it very simple to register your screen printing jobs. This template will save you time and make it easy for lining up spot colors and four color process jobs. The templates overall size is 26"x36" for  20"x24" and 23"x31" screen printing frames. The template comes with center line registration and left and right pocket registration -- a must for any screen printing business. Here are detailed instructions and a Youtube video to help learn how to use the template.

Step by step screen printing registration Instructions:

    1.    Make sure your film positive has center registration marks.
    2.    Line up the center registration marks on your artwork to the center lines on the pre-registration template.

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    3.    Tape your artwork down to the pre-registration template right side up.
    4.    Pull out the appropriate size screen for your job and place it in the according outline for your size screen on the pre-registration templete.

    5.    Using a soft tip black marker make a mark on your screen where each registration mark is on the artwork
    6.    Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have marked all screens needed for that job.
    7.    When finished marking the screens needed. Tape each film positive to your screen using the center registration marks and the marks that you applied to each screen.

    8.    Burn your screen!