Safety in the Studio

Material Safety Data Sheets for materials we use in Studio 1801 & 1802 at Foothill College
MSDS sheets

The following manual is produced by Kent Manske at Foothill College. It is a collection of handouts to assist in the safe handling of tools and materials in the Foothill College printmaking studios. The manual serves as a supplement to lectures and demonstrations and is not to be considered definitive or complete by itself. Faculty who use the manual as a teaching tool are ultimately responsible for covering the safe handling of materials with their students.
Print & Book Arts: Safety & Procedure Manual Version 9.26.11

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Individual Documents from Manual

Cover, Credits, Table of Contents

Safety in the Studio
Safety Notes

Using Solvents
Using Solvents Chart
Removing Ink with Solvents
Hazardous Materials Collection

About Prints
Curating Prints
PreNeo Press: Guide to Prints

Paper
Paper
Chine Collé
Wheat Paste
Registering paper
Tearing a 22" x 30" sheet

Ink
Ink in Studio 1801
Oil Base Ink Modifiers

Relief
Relief Printing

Embossing & Collagraphs
Embossing & Collagraphs

Etching & Intaglio
Etching & Intaglio
Using Ferric Chloride as an Etchant
Step by Step Procedures
Airbrush Aquatint
Photo Polymer Gravure

Screenprinting
Screenprinting
Stencils
Screen Preparation & Cleaning
Ink & Modifiers
Photographic Emulsion
Exposing a Screen
Screenprinting: Test Answers

Letterpress
Letterpress
Using the Letterpress
Photopolymer Plates

Monoprinting
Monoprinting
Monoprinting Techniques
Paper & Plexiglas

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