Process of Screen Printing Outline

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COMM 111
Informative Speech Body Outline Draft

Specific Purpose: At the end of the speech, the audience will have general understanding of the process of screen printing, including a brief history.

Visual aid(s): Power-point with only photos of equipment and supplies. No text included in power-point with blank/black slides between each photo to allow minimum distraction from speech. Physical visual aid of film, screens, ink, and finished product.

I) Main Point 1: What is screen-printing?
A) Subpoint: Screen printing is quite simple
1) Sub-subpoint: The passage of ink through a mesh or 'screen' that has been stretched on a frame, and to which a stencil has been applied. The stencil openings determine the image that will thus be imprinted. a) Screen-printing can be done out of your home

2) Sub-subpoint: Products of screen printing
a) Screening printing as a business
B) Subpoint: History
1) Sub-subpoint: Traditionally the process was called screen printing or silkscreen printing because silk was used in the process. Currently, synthetic threads are commonly used in the screen printing process. 2) Sub-subpoint: Began as an industrial technology, and was adopted by American graphic artists in the early 1900s. 3) Sub-subpoint: The Japanese used who cut banana leaves and inserted ink through the design holes on textiles, mostly for clothing. This was taken up in France. a) The modern screen printing process originated from patents taken out by Samuel Simon in 1907 in England. II) Main Point 2: Equipment and Supplies

A) Subpoint: Equipment that is required for screen printing 1) Sub-subpoint: Film output printer
a) The common types of printers that are used. Inkjets vs. Lasers. Epson SP7700 24” b) The pigment ink that is used vs. traditional.
2) Sub-subpoint: Exposure unit.
a) What essentially the exposure unit does.
3) Sub-subpoint: Washout...
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