The Polyester mesh material is widely used for polyster screen printing and filtration.
- Polyester mesh material is used as filter on press paper pulp, express fruit juice and in other pressure filtration industry like smelter and mine. It is a good filter for air, water under strong acid and alkali environment.
- Polyester bolting mesh is used for silk printing, fine grading in flour mills and shale shaker screening. It is made of 100% polyester. The diameter varies from 31μm to 250μm, with width 115cm to 365cm. The Polyester bolting mesh is white, but customers’ personalized color choice is accepted.
- Screen printing polyester is also used for circuit board printing The most popular item used for printed circuit board (PCB) is 120T-34, which is widely utilized in East Asia. High tension, clean and smooth surface are the basic requirement for Screen printing polyester in PCB.
- Screen printing mesh roll is used for ceramic and glass printing. Most of the T type Screen printing mesh roll can print the challenging intense colors & complex décor on the ceramics.
- Polyester mesh printing screen is highly used for textile printing such as T-shirts. Since T-shirt printing is quite popular in America and European market, more than 70% Polyester mesh printing screen is exported to America and Europe. The most popular specification is from 20 mesh to 355 mesh.
Tips: How to choose mesh?
If you are new to the screen printing process, determining polyster mesh count can be a puzzling and un-scientific procedure - often for more qualified printers it is well thought-out as more of an experienced art form. It is a significant factor in determining the amount of Mesh printing material ink that will be deposited in addition to the quantity of detail the screen can hold.
The Mesh printing material size is considered by how many threads are there in per square inch. For instance, an 86 mesh screen has 86 threads per square inch. The larger the mesh count, better are the holes in the screen letting in finer detail but also decreases the quantity of ink you can deposit. The size of the mesh also depends on how thick the ink you are using is. How detailed your image is also a prime factor in the mesh count selection (for Screen printing materials)
If you have a design with quite high detail, a lower mesh screen won't be able to hold the fine lines or dots in the image and they will merely not show up resulting in a lack of detail in the completed product. Conversely, if you are planning to print a thicker ink (such as white) even though it is too high of a screen mesh, hardly any ink will print through the mesh as the holes are too minute.
Thus, choosing the right mesh will help you get hold of the right materials used in screen printing.