You asked so here it is: rolls of screen print mesh to re-cover used screens or to make custom sized screens, in a couple different mesh sizes.
These 42" wide X 5yrds. long mesh rolls can be cut to fit whatever size screen you choose to work with.
Silk is no longer used for Screen Printing. Today most screens are either Polyester Monofilament or Multifilament Polyester. The Monofilament mesh size is indicated with a number such as 80, 120, or 140. Multifilament mesh size is rated as 8XX, 12XX or 14XX. The 80-90 and 8XX refer to the same screen size, as does the 110-120 with the 10XX, and 120 with the 12XX. A larger number means the mesh will be finer, or more threads & holes per inch. The finer the mesh, the more crisp the details. However, this can also limit the amount of ink that goes through the screen if your ink's particles are bigger than the holes of the mesh. If the ink particles are too big for your mesh, it can cause your screen to get clogged.
8xx multifilament / 85 mesh monofilament - Great for printing those metallic inks that generally clog finer mesh. Glitz it up! (approx. 180 micron)
12xx multifilament / 120 mesh monofilament - This is the most commonly used mesh size for screen printing on fabric, great detail and works well with most types of fabric printing inks. (approx. 125 micron)
Speedball recommends 6XX - 10XX multifilament; 74 - 124 monofilament when using their fabric printing ink.
We also carry pre-sized 110 Monofilament replacement mesh sheets for screens up to 10" X 14".
Made in: JAPAN (JP)