Screen Printing Mesh At The Real Using Aspect

- Oct 24, 2017-

Best Mesh For The Job:

Screen printing mesh Mainly usage for different mesh count as following:





21T, 24T

Beach   towels, Pennant inks,
  Glitter inks, Thicker inks.


39T, 43T

Textile   inks, Opaque inks textile, T-shirts

49T, 48T,
  54T, 55T

Textile   inks, Finer textile design, Water based inks.

62T, 64T,

Enamel   inks, Very fine textile ink 
  or course plastisol ink printing


Paper   & Board inks, & textile


Vinyl   inks, Plastic inks, Plastisol inks,
  Solvent based)

110T, 120T
  130T, 140T

Halftone   printing, Paper & Board Vinyl 
  Plastic, Plastisol ect..


U.V.   printing, or very fine halftone work, solvent inks

White or Yellow Polyester screen printing mesh?

White screen printing mesh is the more economical of the two, and is primarily seen in lower mesh counts used for less-detailed designs. Higher count mesh is usually dyed yellow because the color yellow acts as a canceling factor for UV light and prevents refraction along the mesh strands when burning your screens. This allows for a more focused and precise exposure, keeping your screens as crisp as possible.