Electronics Forum | Wed May 04 03:42:51 EDT 2016 | adamjs
Yeah, this has been my experience too, but unfortunately GC10 is unusable with thick stencils. It jams up the apertures like nothing I've ever seen. The cost of its miraculous properties is that it is as sticky as GLUE.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 08 09:17:58 EDT 2016 | capse
The short answer is yes, but you will be screen not stencil printing. Your printer may have print modes to support print/flood and flood/print modes. You should contact your printer manufacturer and a screen manufacturer to discuss this application.