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Screen Printing Videoconference Highlights: T.S. Designs Case Study
 

T.S. Designs has used process control, automation, and materials substitution to improve their environmental and business performance. A waterbased adhesive is used to hold the garments in place during printing. This is applied with an automated spray system which is tuned for the job.

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The correct amount of adhesive is applied while the employee is accomplishing other tasks, thus increasing labor efficiency while minimizing raw material use.

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The screen reclamation system uses a greywater recirculation tank instead of flushing water down the drain after one use.

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Hazardous wastes have been eliminated from the screen reclamation process. Water pressure now does more of the job which had been done by aggressive chemicals.

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For more information, contact T.S. Designs.

 

 

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