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Hey yall

we’re a fairly large shop, we have a large mix of frames in our shop, static, M3 and Mzx Newman rollers...
We want to make a big push in slowly phasing out our statics...

is anyone using a mix of M3 and Mzx in production?

we’re thinking of only using M3 for lower mesh counts since we can get higher tension, and using our MZX for higher mesh counts since they require less tension...

it’s that or get rid of one type and only keeping one....

we’d like to start using Tri Loc this year too, so wondering if that should change our plans too!

Any advice from a shop who’s made these decisions would be appreciated!
 

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Hey yall

we’re a fairly large shop, we have a large mix of frames in our shop, static, M3 and Mzx Newman rollers...
We want to make a big push in slowly phasing out our statics...

is anyone using a mix of M3 and Mzx in production?

we’re thinking of only using M3 for lower mesh counts since we can get higher tension, and using our MZX for higher mesh counts since they require less tension...

it’s that or get rid of one type and only keeping one....

we’d like to start using Tri Loc this year too, so wondering if that should change our plans too!

Any advice from a shop who’s made these decisions would be appreciated!
I use Mzx and M3 with Tri-loc System. They have the same outer dimension so they are
interchangeable in the Tri-loc. All of my Mzx are 110 general use alot for manual print but
still tensioned out to 32 newtons. M3 frames for higher tension and thinner mesh. They are what we have gotten the last 2 times.
 
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