Storing Photoresist Stencils

Did you know that photoresist stencils are sensitive to unregulated environments?

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The way you store photoresist stencils has to do with the climate you live in: dry or humid. In a dry climate, place all pre-imaged stencils in re-sealable bags, limiting the exposure to air to keep them from drying out. In more humid areas, that may not be necessary, and you could store your stencils in file folders or empty photoresist boxes/pouches.

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Ruth Dobbins

With over 35 years in the glass business, Ruth Dobbins offers experience in fused and cast glass, as well as in glass-etching techniques. She owns Professional Glass Consultants with her husband Norm and holds a master's in printmaking and art history.

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