Month: November 2019

Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom

Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom

Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom

 Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom. Specialise in screen print supplies and a variety of services.

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Are extended further to include stretched silk screensscreen mesh, squeegees.

Stencil making equipment (which includes the light sensitive Diazo photo emulsion) and starter kits.

Also a range of cotton and silk fabrics.

Screen Printing Supplies,  Screen printing Equipment, Screen Printing Supplies UK  leading online Screen Printing & Equipment suppliers.

Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom

Your home for screen printing supplies and screen printing equipment. All you need at a price you can afford.

Screen printed products are used in a diverse variety of everyday applications including printed circuit boards, liquid crystal displays, ceramic and graphic displays.

Our screen printing product range is innovative.

Also our technical support provides a total solution for the exacting requirements of the screen printing process.

WHAT IS SCREEN PRINTING? A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

Screen printing is the process of pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen to create a printed design.

It’s a popular technique used in a whole range of different industries, so even if you’ve never heard of the term before today, it’s likely that you’ve worn or used a screen-printed product at some point without even realising.

The process is sometimes called serigraphy or silk screen printing, but all of these names refer to the same basic method.

Screen printing is an effective technique for creating bold canvases, posters and artwork, but the method can also be used to print fabrics and textiles, so it’s great for creating all sorts of custom clothing and products. In this guide, we’ll cover all of your questions about silk screen printing, including:

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Screen Printing Supplies uk can also supply all the essential accessories for the screen printer.

Which includes squeegees, coating troughs and washout booths.

We can design and fit your entire stencil making area.

Please ask for a separate brochure for full details of Kiwo products.

It is vitally important that all mesh is correctly tensioned and bonded to the correct type of frame.

A good quality mesh can easily be ruined if this procedure is not carried out correctly.

Screen Printing Supplies uk offers an in-house stretching and stencil making facility using our unique and patented  Screen Stretching device.

This ensures correct tension throughout the screen, including the corners using the unique corner stretching clamps.

Screens can be consistently stretched to exactly the same criteria.

Through use of the computerised settings, which can be tailored to customer’s individual needs.

An Automated coating process allows consistency of emulsion thickness.

A full stencil making service is available.

If you need a Trade Screen Printer then we can help.

Many of our trade customers regularly prefer to do this as it tends to be a more cost effective option for them.

Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom

Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. Fabric and paper are the most commonly screen-printed surfaces, but with specialised inks it’s also possible to print onto wood, metal, plastic, and even glass. The basic method involves creating a stencil on a fine mesh screen, and then pushing ink (or paint, in the case of artwork and posters) through to create an imprint of your design on the surface beneath.

The process is sometimes called ‘silk screening’ or ‘silk screen printing’ and while the actual printing process is always fairly similar, the way the stencil is created can vary, depending on the materials used. Different stencilling techniques include:

  • Using masking tape or vinyl to cover the desired areas of the screen.
  • Painting the stencil onto the mesh using ‘screen blockers’ such as glue or lacquer.
  • Using a light-sensitive emulsion to create a stencil, which is then developed in a similar way to a photograph (you can read more about this in our step-by-step guide).

Designs made using the screen printing technique may use just one shade of ink, or several. In the case of multicoloured items, the colours must be applied in individual layers, using separate stencils for each ink.

Why is screen printing used?

One of the reasons that the screen printing technique.

Which is so widely used is because it produces vivid colours, even on darker fabrics.

The ink or paint also lies in layers on the surface of the fabric or paper, which gives the print a pleasingly tactile quality.

The technique is also favoured because it allows the printer to easily reproduce a design multiple times.

Because the same stencil can be used to replicate a design again and again.

As a result it’s very useful for creating multiple copies of the same garment or accessory.

This makes screen printing a very efficient technique.

For creating large batches of custom clothing for sports teams or work uniforms.

When carried out using professional equipment by an experienced printer

And it’s also possible to create intricate multicoloured designs.

While the complexity of the process does mean there’s a limit to the number of colours the printer can use, it does allow for more intense colouring than is possible to achieve with digital printing alone.

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Its free online store feature is a great option for Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom who want to sell up to 500

Also finished items, mass-produced pieces, or digital download works on their website.

There is no  is a simpler solution than other online stores and lists items all on one page.

Which is  why we say it’s best for Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom selling around 250 items or less.

More than 50 per page can make your single page quite long.

You can categorize and sort listings any way you wish,

But they all appear in rows on a single web page.

Item listings do open in a pop-up page when clicked, so you can show plenty of item details.

But you can create categories on different pages using bidallhours.com. online store.

That said, what bidallhours.com. does,

It does incredibly well.

With your free online store, you can easily set up your site,

add products, choose a website address,

As a result start marketing, selling your Screen Printing Supplies United Kingdom online within an afternoon.

It’s mobile-friendly, too.

bidallhours.com. is an especially good choice if you want to sell art both online

and in-person in your gallery, at art shows or markets, and through other in-person means.

All  payment options;

Online, mobile, and in-store point-of-sale.

Neatly tie your entire business together.

7 Billion Pound Robbery

7 Billion Pound Robbery. Back To 60 Demand Restitution

Back To 60 Demand the return of their earned dues

Whats happened?

7 Billion Pound Robbery,  1950’s women had their state pensions deferred twice by stealth,

for the meanest state pension in Europe

7 Billion Pound Robbery  under the false premise of equality and longevity.

The work and pensions select committee found them grotesquely disadvantaged in a report dated 2016.

So far, a succession of debates has yet to resolve the issue.

However, across party group is working towards reaching an agreement.

Several peer groups representing 50’s women are now coming together to form the ‘ONE VOICE’ movement.

What does this mean?

As a result of all this, thousands of women across the UK have had their retirement plans annihilated.

Their mental and physical well being has been very negatively affected.

Likewise, their family relationships have deteriorated so much so

that, as a result many have expressed the loss of their identities and self-esteem diminished.

Their sense of security has been hugely impaired along with their confidence and standing in society.

The most horrifying fact of all is that some are frequently feeling suicidal and a percentage of those are self-harming.

At the age of 60, these women expect to be retired, happy and finally able to enjoy the fruits of their labours without stress or worry.

Instead, they have been asset stripped, told to become apprentices. Essentially leaving them lonely, confused and unsure of what comes next.

Survey results, conducted by SOS Initiatives, have uncovered a catastrophic impact on thousands of women across the UK. (survey)

Who loses out?

Millions will now have to wait longer before they can claim their state pension.

The cumulative impact of these losses, have placed them in an irrecoverable position.

In addition they have no time to plan and have been left to fend for themselves without any support.

Eg – Loss of savings, downsizing property, taking out equity release, selling chattels and living from hand to mouth.

The 1950’s women were targeted to shoulder the stealth escalation of the state pension age.

These are the women our campaign is aimed at.

Women that just happened to be born in the wrong decade, after having suffered a lifetime of inequities.

Back To 60 | Our Story

When“unfair” changes to the state pension age came to light, as mentioned above, it left all 1950’s women helpless and unsure of where to turn or what to do.

The aftermath of this government decision, lead to a small group of women coming together to demand the return of their earned dues. #Backto60 was born.

Since then we’ve continued to grow organically, taking on supernatural power.

Our popularity is self-evident in the numbers signing the petition

and on the launch of the survey, so many people were interested that it crashed our servers.

Likewise, when we crowdfunded for the documentary, we managed to hit our target and raise the funds, within two days.

Our campaign grew even stronger earlier this week.

When we gained the formal support of Michael Mansfield QC in Nexus chambers, who has agreed to represent the campaign.

We are forever thankful and overwhelmed at the amount of support we have received to date and continue to be humbled by the sheer amount of participation from others.

However, we need your help for one last push in order for us to achieve our goals. A simple task you can help us with right this instant is to head over and sign our survey.

If you’d like to join a squad of volunteers please will you immediately step forward and energise plans, now.

Please Act:

  • 1st Task – each volunteer to share the One Voice’ Ethos with all their contacts. In peer groups and bring those contacts onboard to ONE VOICE

  • 2nd Task – Generate a supportive dialogue between all those behind one voice, on all social media platforms.

  • 3rd Task – Speak life into our common goals and plan for the best outcome.

Peer group leaders will hold the ONE VOICE direction, whilst respecting opinions.

Let’s do this!

Back To 60
Secretary of State for Work & Pensions #BackTo60 for #50sWomen #StatePension NOW!
Joanne W. started this petition to
Secretary of State for Work & Pensions

The Coalition’s astounding volte face for #50sWomen #StatePension created the swiftest, steepest ‘Reforms’ for the meanest State Pension in Europe *BY STEALTH*, for 1950’s Women cohort.

As a result, #StatePension #50sWomen are “grotesquely disadvantaged” – Frank Field MP, Chair, Work & Pensions Select Committee (Report 2016).

#50sWomen had become “spreadsheet anomalies” – collateral damage – amidst the fallout from crash of the economy.

Our main goal is to get our petition to 1’000’00

To do this we need your help!Back To 60

Please head over to our social media pages listed below and share news,

In addition events, as well as get involved and talk to like minded  individuals.

Become part of our herd.

A damning academic expert opinion on successive UK government’s failure

to meet its international obligations to  1950s women hit by the rise in the pension age

Consequently  to be presented in court soon as part of an application for a judicial review of the decision.

Jackie Jones.

Jackie Jones, a law professor at the University of the West England , has produced the report,  which shows that this group of women have suffered discrimination contrary to an international  convention signed by successive UK governments. It is not a legal document but it is an expert opinion.

Have you been affected? | Has your Mother been affected? | Has your Nan been affected?

This campaign is not only aimed at women in the 1950’s, we need to come together as “One Voice” and help support those we love.

Help Now!

Women’s state pension age will never go ‘Back to 60’

As campaign group, Back to 60, begins a landmark High Court battle to reverse the decision to equalise men and women’s state pension age,

Stuart Price, Partner and Actuary at Quantum Advisory, looks into their chances of winning.

Stuart said: “The state pension age for women was increased to 65 earlier this year to bring it in line with men for the very first time.

While obviously frustrating for those caught in the middle, the decision was made back in 1995 during John Major’s Conservative government.

The age at which both genders can collect their pensions will further increase to 66 by October 2020 and 67 in 2026,

Also with a possible increase to 68 by 2039 to reflect the fact that people are living longer.

I certainly sympathise with women born in the 1950s who have been most affected by the changes,

As a result many of whom say they did not have time to prepare themselves for the additional wait.

They also argue they were not given sufficient information, or details they were given came too late.

Women Against State Pension Age Inequality (WASPI)

Also another group that is actively fighting for women’s rights, requesting an intermediate pension arrangement

Which until they are entitled to the State Pension at 65.

Although a reasonable request on paper, in the current economic climate

Hence it is difficult to see where any funds would come from to provide those impacted with some form of recompense.

However, given the passion and determination of those involved, it will be interesting to see what happens next.”

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Pandora's Box

Performers

Open Letter to the Prime Minister

Prof Jackie Jones, Barrister, MEP, Wales was joined by Gloria Mills CBE, National Secretary, UNISON, Equalities, Sian Stockham, Senior Vice-President, UNISON, Alan Fox. National Pensions Officer, UNISON. Callum Jones, Undergraduate.

Jackie Jones MP

 

Gloria Mills Unison

 

Mac 1955 New Tredegar, Wales

 

Mo 1954, Spain

 

Fran 1955, Edinburgh

 

Mair 1956 Mold, Flintshire

North Wales

Gerry 1954, London

 

Nic 1955, East Sussex

 

Sheila 1953, Leicester

 

Fi 1956, London

 

Janet 1955, Leeds

 

Dingabelle 1957, Durham

Stop this 7 Billion Pound Robbery

 

Eileen 1959, London

Stop this 7 Billion Pound Robbery

 

Karen 1957, Kent

Stop this 7 Billion Pound Robbery

 

Jan 1955, Bucks

7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Anne 1956, London

Sue 1955, Tyne & Wear

 

Val 1952, Tyne & Wear

 

Kate 1954, Southampton

7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Paula 1957, Cheshire

 

Jackie 1954, Peterborough

7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Sue 1953, Gloucestershire

 7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Sharon 1959, Carlisle

7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Lesley 1957, Southampton

 

Janis 1959, Cumbria

 7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Rose 1954, East Sussex

7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this

 

Jackie 1959, Liverpool

 7 Billion Pound Robbery Stop this!

Two supporters of the BackTo60 campaign have got professional legal support to challenge the government for maladministration over the failure to notify them over the raising of the pension age.

The fresh challenge is in addition to the hearing next Friday at the High court to decide whether BackTo60 can challenge the government through a judicial review.

Pensions Litigation lawyer Mr Ivan Walker (Principal of Walkers Solicitors based in Kent) has agreed to advise Fran Martin and Ros Pain-Tolin who, are two of the lead cases of 1950s Women.

They have got to the final stage of presenting their case to the Parliamentary Ombudsman.

Mr Walker recently represented the members of the Lloyds Bank pension schemes in a landmark High Court claim regarding sex discrimination in the system for contracting out of the State Earnings-related Pension Scheme.

The move is significant because professional legal advice is essential in bringing such a case.

Also The women are launching a crowd funding appeal to help finance the move. The link is here:

https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/maladministration–legal-advice-for-1950swomen

The women have faced enormous and heart rending struggles to cope since the government pushed back the right to claim a pension from 60 to 65 and it is going up to 66 by 2020.

Their struggle is typical of many others who have commented on this blog and have been left with virtually nothing to live on.

Fran Martin told me : We’re letting you go. In other words, you’re fired.

“I received a letter in 2013 from DWP.

Which indicated that I had a 6 yr hike added to my SP age

This was received 2 years before my 60th birthday in 2015. I was totally shocked and still am.

“I have gone from an optimistic cheerful forward thinking person to a virtual recluse

with all the incumbent stresses and strains that this places on other family members.

Health has deteriorated too, with high blood pressure,

diabetes and anxiety being I feel part and parcel of the result of being misled.

At what is a vulnerable time in anyone’s life..”

Sleepless nights have become the new norm and even whilst now prescribed sleeping tablets.

I can still be wide awake at 4 or 5 am with worry for a very bleak future.

Which may not even that exists, I’m not convinced it does.”

She became redundant in 2015 and then saw her plans for a happy retirement ruined.

” I had purchased a retirement cottage in 2008 in Aberdeenshire

RETIREMENT RUINED

We’re letting you go. In other words, you’re fired.

Completely unaware of any state pension Legislation.

And which DWP treated as capital

Forced in Dec 2015 to put the cottage up for sale .

But with no work and no one coming into Aberdeen to rent, to date the cottage is still on the market.

And have costs for the upkeep of same and the flat that I live in Aberdeen.

” I am ineligible for any benefits as the DWP class the cottage as capital.

I was also forced to draw down a small private pension in 2015 at the worst possible times for annuities,

Which i use this and small savings to Seek out a bleak existence .

Dependant to on a mother in her mid 80’s .

which quite frankly I never thought I would have to be.

And obviously places stress and worry on her too.”

Ros told me: “I always expected my State Pension to be at 60 in 2015.

I never received a letter.

ICE

Who handle pension complaints.

Say that one was ‘probably’ sent in Feb 2012,

Therefore, as a result they did not keep any ‘case specific’ records so cannot confirm.”

“I only have a small works pension that I had taken early.

Also a degenerative back condition which causes me pain most days and I suffer from Asthma.

” I really don’t know how I would manage at all,

If I didn’t have my husband and his Pension to rely on as well.

He is now 70 with his own health issues.

My Mother almost 95 has also given financial support over the last few years.”

Both women are determined to fight the system.

So Amber Rudd in her new role as work and pensions secretary better look out .

As a storm is gathering not only from them but from millions of other people.

Who feel they have been robbed of their state pension when they should have had it.

#BackTo60, #Amber Rudd, #50swomen, #pensions, #maladminitration, #parliamentary ombudsman

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