How To Screen Print: Choosing Your Mesh Count

Here is the first of a few remake videos from some older ones that are no longer available on my channel. A while back I made a video about how to choose your mesh count featuring brand name screens. This time around I used an assortment of screens I had in my shop that I purchased from different vendors from out Print Supplies page. I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss out on the educational benefits of that video even though the original was a promotional video. Of course I always try to plug one Catspit venue or another…. LOL 🙂

The video called, “How To Screen Print: Choosing Your Mesh Count” is a remake video about tips and advice on choosing your mesh count for screen printing textiles with plastisol inks. In this video we run through an array of mesh counts that I personally keep on hand in my shop for everyday work. You’ll get to hear some facts about mesh counts and emulsion thickness, ink flow, tightness and more. This video should give you a basic understanding of the different mesh counts and their characteristics. Learn about mesh counts like 110, 156, 200, 230, and 305 or 355. Get tips on what type of artwork will work best with the different mesh counts. The video also shows bulk pieces of mesh along with pre-stretched static aluminum screens. Bulk mesh is available from Saati:

http://www.catspitproductionsllc.com/saati-screen-printing-chemicals.html

And pre-stretched screens are offered from Screen Printing Superstore:

http://www.catspitproductionsllc.com/screen-printing-superstore-supplies.html

Learn how to screen print for fun or for profit with Catspit Productions, LLC!

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