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EXOstencil Screen Prep Paper 11X17 A & B 100ct (DS) | DFX-EXO-100-17
Brand: Neenah    Part #: DFX-EXO-100-17
EXOstencil Screen Prep Paper 11X17  A & B 100ct (DS)
    Brand: Neenah     Part #: DFX-EXO-100-17

    EXOstencil Screen Prep Paper 11X17 A & B 100ct (DS)

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    Break away from the traditonal screen printing process.Create screens faster without the big mess. EXOstencil allows you to create a screen with a special paper that adheres to your screen to create the stencil you need for plastisol screen printing. 

    Pre-Press Equipment 

    Conventional Screen Equipment: Vellum, Inket or laser Printer, Emulsion, Scoop Coater, Dark Room, Drying rack, Vacuum Exposure Unit. 

    EXOstencil Method: EXOstencil Screen Prep Paper, Laser Printer, Heat Press

    Pre-Press Steps

    Conventional Screen Equipment: Degrease, Dry, Coat with emulsion, dry, print film, tape to screen, expose, wash screen, dry

    EXOstencil Method: Print EXOstencil, add 'adhesive' to the paper, apply to screen, remove backing paper

    Clean up Steps

    Conventional Screen Equipment: Remove ink/tape, Spray and Soak with emulsion remover, dispose of chemicals, power wash treat with dehazer, dry

    EXOstencil Method: Remove ink/tape, spray with power washer, let dry 

    1. Make a negative stencil-right facing image of the art to be screen printed. Include any alignment marks needed.
    2. Use the ‘heavy paper’ setting to ensure fusing of the toners and ’high resolution’ settings to ensure a continuous toner application. (if printing on a CMYW Printer - print as 100% magenta - CMYK Printer, print 100% black)
    3. Inspect the EXOSTENCIL Ⓡ Sheet for areas of damaged coating resulting from mishandling (these areas will create voids in the stencil).
    4. Load the EXOSTENCILⓇ Screen Prep Paper with the brown grid on the back so that the image will appear on the plain, unprinted side of the paper and with the short dimension feeding into the printer.
    1. Position the yellow grid transfer sheet face down over the printed image.
    2. Position the image paper transfer sheet face up on the bottom platen of the pan.
    3. Press: 25 seconds at 190F/88C with low/medium pressure (20-40 psi/2-3 bar).
    4. Separate papers in a smooth, even motion while still hot, taking care to not burn fingers.

    1. Place the 85 230 mesh count screen on the heat press, with the frame facing down.
    2. Position the image face down on the screen to ensure all images align. Keep the image about 1" from press edges for best adhesion.
    3. Press: 2 Minutes at 400F/204C, 60 psi/4 bar. If not using an OKI printer, start at 2 minutes at 350F/177C. Note: Obtaining desired adhesion may be challenging with some laser printers.
    4. Allow the transfer paper to cool by waiving the screen in an up and down motion.
    5. Peel the transfer paper away from the screen in one smooth motion.
    6. Block the edges as you would with any screen.
    7. Apply tape to spot repair any non-printed voids.
    8. Use the screen stencil as you would an emulsion stencil.

    Pressure wash with at least 1500 PSI (103 bar), ensuring that the stencil is removed from all pores. Some harmless staining may remain.


    • Can we do gradients or half-tones with Exostencil? - The “sweet spot” for Exostencil are your simpler 1, 2, or 3 color jobs.
    • How many impressions are possible before I have to replace the screen? - Up to 900.
    • Will the heat press damage the screen? Do you have to use a special kind of screen? - No special screen needed, common polyester screens will work. The heat press will not damage the screen, but over time the screen may loosen an bit.
    • Will the ink cleaner remove the stencil? Most people have found that using a re-inking cleaner does not remove the stencil, Easyway 810 press wash, works well, if used lightly on a shop wipe.
    • What is the maximum line screen (LPI) that the Exostencil will hold? – 65 LPI is the maximum
    • What is the minimum line width the screen can hold? - For toner based applications no more than 5pt.
    • What is the minimum font size that the screen can hold? – No less than 8pt fonts.
    • What are the preferred screen angles (degrees)? 22.5 degrees
    • What are recommended inks? Which ones are not good? -Plastisol inks are the only compatible inks with this process.

    Product Videos

    DigitalHeat FX for Screen Printers - EXOstencil

    Neenah EXOSTENCIL® Screen Prep Paper


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