|Positivity Learning Library:
|Use Power Clip in Corel
|Power Clip allows you to fill a shape with an image
|Convert a jpeg to Vectorise in Corel
|Vectors give nice sharp lines, jpegs can look ragged.
|Calculate Optimum Exposure Time
|How do you know that you are exposing your screens for the correct time.
|Use Ghostscript and GhostView
|Free Postscript software - for geeks only.
|Avoid Losing Details During Exposure
|Why you can lose elements on your positive during exposure
|Separate Artwork to a PDF in Illustrator
|PDF is Postscript and a PDF printer can be used to separate artwork.
|Understand How an ICC Profile Works
|ICC profiles explained
|Anti-aliasing when screenprinting
|Why you shouldn't use anti-aliasing when designing
|Making life easier for screenprinters
|Wasatch Learning Library
|external links from www.wasatch.com (video starts automatically)
|Spot Colour Replacement
|For colour printing - getting corporate colours right
|Colour Atlas Generation
|Producing a colour book for your printer
|SoftRIP Layout tool explained
|Useful for names and numbers on shirts
|Organising queues in Wasatch
|HTML remote RIP operation
|Counting the film used and the number of ink drops to work out cost
|'Popping' Colour 1
|Emphasising colour in your prints - 1
|'Popping' Colour 2
|Emphasising colour in your prints - 2
|Wasatch Port Redirector
|Create a postscript file from any application
|Print From a Mac
|How to link a Mac to the RIP
|Automate file processing
|Automatically order files in your layout, useful for pad printing.