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Choosing the Correct Mesh

Here’s a quick video highlighting how to choose the correct mesh for your next screen printing job. Notes will be posted below the video. Enjoy!

In this video we explain how to choose the correct mesh for your screen printing job.

110 & 155 Mesh – White ink, large open areas, athletic numbering, low detail art
230 & 305 Mesh – Halftone dots, simulated process, CMYK process, thin ink deposits

Un-Dyed Mesh – Larger mesh openings, less detail, shorter exposure time
Dyed Mesh – Smaller mesh openings, more detail, longer exposure time

Thick thread – More durable mesh, smaller mesh openings
Thin thread – Less durable mesh, larger mesh openings

General recommendations:

110 Mesh – White on black, more opacity in one stroke
155 Mesh – White on black, less opacity in one stroke
230 Mesh – Colors, some simulated process, halftone dots
305 Mesh – CMYK Process, halftone dots

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