New Video Uploaded To YouTube: Roller Frames!

That’s right! Another exceptional, educational video about screen printing by Catspit Productions has been posted to YouTube. Welcome to the new year which promises to be even better for Catspit Productions. And that means better educational material for you!

Today’s video post is called, “How To Screen Print: Stretching Roller Frames”. This video introduces you to roller frames and what they are all about. It also demonstrates a jig designed to make stretching roller frames for screen printing easy. And easy to learn! This video is a prequel to another video long in the works. In the second video, I will show you how to use an oversized roller frame to stretch your smaller wood or metal static frames. Stay tuned to The Catspit Blog for more information on that.

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2 Responses to New Video Uploaded To YouTube: Roller Frames!

  1. Rodrigo says:

    Hello

    I congratulate you on the Roller Stretching machine is super Frames
    practical and economical way to get a.

    Well I wanted to ask about the rod that goes into each edge of the mesh as the mesh placed, and the tube where you put the rod and then rotates, which is the tube material.

    How deep is the cavity for the rod does not slip, then go turn the tube to stretch the mesh.

    Thank you very much for your valuable help
    Greetings from Santiago, Chile.
    South America
    Tar Rodrigo Bustamante

    • Thanks for stopping by the blog! The lock strips that go into the grooves on a roller frame come in different gauges. You have to have the appropriate gauge for the mesh count you are using in order for the mesh not to slip out when you begin to tighten it. There may be 2 or 3 gauges, I can’t remember. Contact you roller frame distributor for more information and specs on this. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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