the Correct Mesh - YouTube[/url]
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
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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