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How to Choose Correct Screen Mesh Count ?

Here is a practical chart that any screen printer can use when choosing mesh counts. It will give you an idea of what mesh count to use for each printing job.
(If mesh counts are slightly different that those indicated below, small deviations from these numbers is not critical. Purchase the next closest size that is available.)
24 Mesh — Glitter inks
30 Mesh — Shimmer/ Crystalina inks
60 Mesh — Team Wear, player numbers, puff inks, metallic inks.
83 Mesh — Cold Peel & Hot Split transfers, heavy white underbase.
109 Mesh — Regular artwork with average details, no very fine lines or halftones
125 Mesh –Regular artwork with average details, no very fine lines or halftones
140 Mesh — Regular artwork with average details, no very fine lines or halftones
162 Mesh — Semi-detailed artwork, large halftones.
200 Mesh — Underbase for detailed prints, detailed artwork, halftones, index color
230 Mesh — Very detailed artwork, halftones, index color
305 Mesh — 4 color process color printing, overprint colors for simulated-process, fine halftones, very detailed art.
Warmly note: If mesh counts are slightly different that those indicated below, small deviations from these numbers is not critical. Purchase the next closest size that is available.
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