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Aug

Precision Woven Filter Meshes

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Precision Woven Synthetic Filter Mesh

What is Precision Woven Filter Mesh

It is a synthetic woven filter mesh made of monofilament yarn, specialized in defined and controlled, consistent and repeatable material properties such as mesh opening (pore size), fabric/mesh thickness, tensile strength, dimensional stability, cleanliness and so on.

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27
Mar

Do you know what mesh to be used in your print?

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For most of clients who are new to silk printing, the first thing you might have in mind is " Which mesh shoud i choose for my print?", as a screen mesh supplier, sharefilters would like to share some general knowledge about mesh selection

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01
Apr

Stencil Profile vs. Print Quality

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Stencil Terminology

EOM “Emulsion Over Mesh.” Proper EOM is typically 10 - 25% of

mesh thickness (ft).

Rz Surface roughness of the print side. A stencil with a low Rz

value has a smooth surface (desireable Rz < 5).

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29
Mar

Mesh to Micron Conversion Chart

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MESH TO MICRON CONVERSION CHART

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02
May

Printer Guidebook---Screen Mesh 6

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Mesh preparation
Abrasion and degreasing to make the mesh more receptive to stencil adhesion.

This variable precedes the discussion of other stencil variables because it is the source of various common stencil-breakdown problems-pinholes, fisheyes or poor stencil adhesion to the mesh-often blamed on the emulsion itself. The screen mesh must be prepared for stencil application by, in some cases, abrading and, in all cases, degreasing.

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