HEBEI REKING WIRE MESH CO.,LTD
Screen Printing Mesh & Filter Mesh With Stainless Steel ,Polyester and Nylon Material.Screen Printing Material
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|Weave Type:||Plain||Material:||100% Polyester|
|Usage:||Screen Prinitng||Packaging:||Roll On Paper Scroll|
nylon mesh screen roll,
silk screen roll
Reusable Monofilament Polyester Silk Screen Printing Mesh Roll Textile Mesh
Polyester Screen Printing Mesh It is a type of woven polyester which is extracted from yarn by using a particular mechanism of heating of the polyester. Thus, the heater form is made in a single filament threaded form. The extruded form of thread filament is the manufactured and is spun according to the required diameter.
Screen printing is a modern printing method popular for making T-shirts and other garments, but also widely used for Textile Printing, Ceramic Printing, Glass Printing, Graphics Printing, Electronic Printing, CD/DVD Printing, Wood printing, Metal printing, Plastic and leather printing.
1 . Polyester printing mesh can be applied to T-shirt, clothing printing
2 . Polyester printing mesh can be applied to High-end textile printing
3 . Polyester printing mesh can be used for pharmacy glass appliance printing
4 . Polyester printing mesh for Ceramics
5 . Polyester printing mesh for CDs/DVDs
1 . Polyester printing screen has the characteristics of high tension threshold and breaking point
2 . Polyester printing screen can resist chemicals, abrasion, heat and moisture
3 . It improved registration due to stable fabric tension
4 . Polyester printing mesh does not have many cumbersome surface treatments
|Mesh Count Diameter (Mesh/cm μm)||Mesh Count(Mesh/inch)||Aperture(μm)||Thread Diameter(μm)|
The most common weaving pattern in Plain screen printing mesh is called "plain weave" and will be designated on labels as "PW." It is a simple over-and-under weaving pattern. "Twill weave (TW)" is used to create thicker, sturdier screens and relies on complex patterns of weaving, which vary depending on the manufacturer. Twill weave mesh will be thicker than plain weave even if the mesh count is identical. The Screen Printing Technical Foundation compared the different weave's performance and found that twill weave transferred somewhat less ink than plain weave.
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