At Lightspeed, we manufacture quality exposure units for both big and small screen printing projects. Our screen exposure units are made in the US, with high-quality parts, assembled by hand. They make crisp, highly accurate and professional looking exposures in a budget friendly package. You’ll find our exposure units and exposure lights for exposing and burning screens to be carefully designed. Shooting screens is a crucial step of the screen printing process, as you know, the quality of your screen print is only as good as the quality of your screen. A better exposure unit will produce a better screen, which ultimately leads to a better screen print.

Each unit includes white placement lights that are UV free, to assist with placing screens accurately, without exposure. Our units deliver fast, uniform and high resolution exposures using long lasting LED UV lights. In addition to fast exposure times and fine line details, our units will reduce your set up times, energy costs and overall cost of ownership.Unlike expensive metal-halide bulbs that require regular replacements, run at high temperatures and require startup and cool down time, our LED lights operate at much lower temperatures, can last over 50,000 hours and start and stop immediately with the touch of a button.

Lightspeed has taken the lead by offering the only patented multi-spectrum LED exposure units on the market. Checkout the emulsion test results by Ulano, to see what a difference this makes in accuracy, no matter what emulsions you are using.

Screen Printing Exposure Unit Features:

  • Easy to operate digital control timer
  • Powerful vacuum pump
  • Flexible neoprene blanket to ensure film to screen contact
  • Gas shock operated blanket frame for easy opening
  • Large exposing surface
  • Reliability
  • Low heat

When choosing an exposure unit think about your current and future screen printing needs. There are lots of exposure units to choose from all giving different levels of production capability and quality. If you are looking to replace an older unit e.g. with metal halide bulbs then we highly recommend that you consider UV LED exposure units. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements and we can help you find the right exposure solution for your needs.

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