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|Color:||Yellow,white||Specification:||10t-165t Printing Mesh|
|Weave:||Plain Weave||Certificate:||ROHS, SGS, FDA|
|Pening (um):||24-740um Printing Mesh||Standard Length:||30m-70m/roll Printing Mesh|
|Samples:||1m For Free|
Micron Open Size 25um-1000 um, Mesh Count 15 Mesh- 460 Mesh Per Inch, White Or Yellow Direct Manufacture
What that number on the side of your polyester printing screen means? It's the mesh-count. what tells you how many holes per inch.
Artwork: Extremely low detail. Seriously, it's like printing through a screen door.
Inks: Really thick inks, or inks with large particles, like glitter inks.
Used For: Glitter, mostly.
Artwork: Very low detail. If you are using text, it should be very large.
Inks: Thick, marshmallow or (creamy) peanut butter textured inks are best. Runny inks are a poor choice for this mesh.
Used For: Metallic and glitters with smaller particles.
Artwork: No lines thinner than 1 point (or about the thickness of a pencil lead). Gradations not recommended unless using a very large-dot halftone pattern. Great for large fields of ink.
Inks: Great choice for many white ink prints. Thick, tough to print inks can be used a little easier through 110 mesh.
Used For: White ink on dark fabrics.
Artwork: Somewhat fine details with some gradation (halftone) capturing capabilities. Text down to 10 points is not usually a problem.
Inks: Most inks, including some thicker ones, like white can be used with 155 mesh. Runnier inks can be used, but off-contact (a small gap between the printing screen and the garment surface) may be recommended.
Used For: This is a good general-purpose mesh.
Artwork: Finer details and knockout lines (a field of ink with an unprinted line inside it) around 2 pts. Gradations up to a 50 line screen and small text.
Inks: Thinner inks and darker colors. Light colored inks can be used, but good coverage may require more passes with the squeegee.
Used For: Prints with higher detail and thinner coverage requirements. Small text. Also good for some sign printing.
Artworks: Small text and logos needing a crisper edge. .5 point lines and gradations needing 4 or 5 tonalities.
Inks: Thinner inks—as with 200. Some white ink possible, but large fields can be problematic.
Used For: Sponsor logo designs that have many small lines and tiny text. Also good for some sign printing.
Artwork: Very fine details like the kind used on true 4-color process or 60 lines-per-inch halftone screens or higher.
Inks: Thin inks. Process inks. White ink is heavily discouraged.
Used For: Very fine details and problem lines, dots, and text, or low-opacity images.
|10T, 12T, 16T, 20T, 24T, 27T||pennant inks,giltter inks,thicker inks|
|32T,36T,39T,43T||textile inks,opaque inks|
|47T,48T,53T,55T,59T||textile inks,water based inks|
|64T,72T||enamel inks, very fine textile ink ,plastisol ink|
|77T,80T||paper board inks|
|90T,100T||plastic inks,plastisol-based ink|
|150T 165T||solvent inks|
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