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AU11613-051X
Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film - 18 in X 26 in - 100 Sheets
Manufacturer Item: XA61613-051
Quantity Available: 11 C100
Sell Price: $426.55 C100
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APPLICATIONS:

Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film provides high print quality and provides superb quality for fine line printing. Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film is a pre-sensitised capillary film that offers precision coating and expert adhering to your mesh with water even before the exposure period. Autotype Capillex 20 is coated onto a 75µ (3 thou) polyester base and works well for solvent based or UV curing inks.



PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

  • Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film can be processed at a wide latitude.

  • Perfect for fine line printing.

  • Works with a mesh range of 100 to 140/cm (250 to 355/inch)

  • Works in conjunction with electronics, graphics and industrial products

  • Simple to decoat.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING & USE:

Sunlight, fluorescent and incandescent lights will render the capillary film useless. For best results, use Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film only under yellow safelights.


Mesh Preparation:

Prior to using the Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film , the mesh must be cleared of any cleaning chemistry, residual inks or dirt and dust. This ensures that your product will perform best. Prior to coating your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film with emulsion, it is vital you dry your screen. Keep in mind that meshes should be re-abraded after every 5 stencils.

Coating Procedure:

Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film can be used with a large or small screen. Always use a Caplicator film applicator for best results. Cut your film to size, and place it on a dry, flat surface. As you roll the film, emulsion side out, leave 2 cm of Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film unrolled. Then, put your film inside the Caplicator, spray the mesh with water and wipe off any excess. Place your rolled film to the top of the wet vertical screen and slowly unroll your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film down the screen. This will help adhere the capillary film to the screen.

If you plan on only using small screens, make sure you first place the film emulsion onto a raised pad and lay a dry, degreased screen on top of it. Spray water onto the mesh until your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film is completely wet. Use a lightweight squeegee to remove excess water. Then, proceed to dry.


Drying:

The screen can be dried with cold or warm air, maximum 30 °C (86 °F). It is important to dry the screen properly for optimal results. After the support peels off, continue drying for a few minutes to ensure the film is completely dry.


Exposure:

It is important to get the timing right on exposure. A underexposed image will look weak and fade away weakly. To make sure your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film comes out perfectly, we recommend by starting by removing the dust from the surface of the stencil. Then, tape the positive in position. Place entire screen in a suitable vacuum frame and expose. For best results on exposure timing, use the Autotype Exposure Calculator.


Washout:

After you have finished using your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film , and you want to wash out your screen, spray water on both sides and flood out the screen. When you have removed all excess residue,  you can blot off surplus moisture. Dry at a maximum temperature of 30 °C (86 °F).



INSTRUCTIONS FOR STORAGE

Always keep your Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film  in the protective packaging supplied. Make sure it is at a moderate temperature (40 to 86 °F) with 45- 60% humid, and dry. Do not store it in a damp place. That will speed up the expiry date. If left in good condition, Autotype Capillex 20 Capillary Film lasts for about 18 months.


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