Kiln dried Douglas fir for stability.
Triple mortis and tenon corner joints for strength.
Smooth sanded on all sides.
Provided in the mesh count of your choice.
The initial cost of aluminum frames are about $5 to
$6 more than the initial cost of wood frames. When the cost
of an aluminum frame is spread out over the life of the frame,
the cost of the aluminum frame is a great business decision.
Aluminum frames will last 20 times or more than the life of
a wood frame.
For longer life and easy clean up Aluminum Screens is your
Ink manufactures and every screen printer on earth has their
own ideas as to what mesh should be used. We will give you our
idea of mesh count usage, but feel free to make your own list.
To assist you in making your own list, think of mesh this way.
Light color material needs less ink layer to cover, so use higher
mesh counts. Darker color materials need a thicker ink layer,
so use lower mesh counts. Remember, thicker ink layers require
more cure time.
Printers using a manual press should stay between 38 and 125,
maybe 158 mesh. Any mesh higher than say 196 requires a lot
of strength to push the ink through. Now automatic press owners,
can use the full range of mesh counts, and should use them.