Best and Bad Practices of Screen Print Ink Mixing Station
Learn the best practices for maintaining a clean workspace, properly storing and labeling supplies and tools, and calibrating and cleaning weighing equipment. Avoid bad practices like working in a dirty environment, using contaminated supplies, or leaving mixing equipment open and filled with ink residue.
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Slide1Screen print Ink Mixing StationBest Practices • Workspace clean • Supplies properly put away when work complete • Tools and chemicals properly labeled • Weighing equipment properly calibrated • Weighing equipment cleaned after each recipe • Mixing equipment enclosed and free of ink residue
Slide2Screen print Ink Mixing StationBad Practices • Workspace dirty • Supplies out and contaminated by improper use • Tools and chemicals not labeled or labeled improperly • Weighing equipment out of calibration • Weighing equipment contaminated by ink • Mixing equipment open and contaminated by ink residue
Slide3Screen print Ink Storage BestPractices • Storage room dedicated to ink • Room clean and free of clutter • Shelves available to organize ink by type and keep containers off the floor • Shelves clearly labeled • Ink chemicals containers properly labeled • Ink containers clean, any spills cleaned immediately • MSDS, spill clean up equipment available
Slide4Screen print Ink Storage Bad Practices • Storage combined within workspace • Dispensing or mixing allowed within storage area • More inventory than shelving allows, storage directly on the floor • Ink stored in open containers • Individual containers not labeled or improperly labeled • Containers and storage room contaminated with spilled ink • No MSDS or safety equipment available in case of spill
Slide5Screen Storage Best Practices• Screens properly cleaned, dried before put away for storage • Screens stored off the floor • Shelving labeled for easy retrieval
Slide6Screen Storage Bad Practices• Screens stacked against each other • Screens sitting on the floor • Ink residue left on screens
Slide7Squeegee/Mixing Tools StorageBest Practices • Squeegees / tools properly cleaned, dried before put away for storage • Cleanings chemicals properly labeled. PPE available. • Tools free of dried ink
Slide8Squeegee/Mixing Tool Storage BadPractices • Uncontrolled storage areas contaminated with ink • Squeeqees and other tools contaminated with ink • Squeegee type not properly labeled • Tools not properly labeled
Slide9Screen print Production Area Best Practices • No bulk ink storage in production area • Print stations clean • Spot cleaning performed in designated areas
Slide10Screen Print Production AreaBad Practices • Uncontrolled ink storage allowed at production stations • Trash and ink contaminate production areas • Uncontrolled/improperly labeled chemicals on production floor