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Slice-and-Paint- A New Method of Stencil Designing

The process of slice-and-paint stencil designing usually employs the printing of the slice-and-paint design on a piece of paper so that we can easily increase or decrease the size of the design in order to have it in a usable state and thus make it fit for every project size.

It’s an important thing. The Plastic Pre-Cut Stencils are available in only a couple of sizes, which are classified as small and large size. The small size is available in 2' and the large one in 4' size. In addition to this, the area available for drawing an image is only 1'.

As a result of this these stencils will be of no good to us and hence are not used normally.

We can use a copying and resizing machine to create a slice-and-paint blueprint according to the requirement of a specific project area.

This method has an increased degree of flexibility. In addition to the above, pre- cut Mylar stencils are more costly than slice-and-paint stencils. We are not shelling out for the shipping, warehousing and manufacture of a good.

If we can find a Mylar stencil design that is easily downloadable then we can have our own Mylar stencil straight away and there would be no delay to our project. All we need to do is to simply download our design and take its print out from our printer.

Up to now we have referred to the slicing out of Mylar stencils on a piece of paper, however we have other choices. We can buy pages of materials such as clear overlays, acetate, stencil film, wax paper, or Mylar.

These choices allow us to make an everlasting Mylar stencil, which would offer resistance to the diffusion of dyes, water-base ink and paints and oil. All we have to do is simply draw our design on top of the stencil layer and slice.

We will find lots of choices for materials handy in stencil creation. These are available at our local craftArticle Submission, office and on line supply stores. These are sold either in the form of rolls for bigger Mylar stencils or in the forms of sheets having size as small as that of a letter. 


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