Screen Printing Mesh

Screen Printing Mesh ✨ Introducing Hunt The Moon Screen Printing Mesh! This is the same high-quality mesh that we use daily in our Screen Printing studio and the mesh you'll find throughout our Wooden & Aluminium Screens. Want to learn more? Check out Understanding Screen Printing Mesh. 

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Understanding Screen Printing Mesh

Not entirely sure what we mean by Screen Printing Mesh and the different mesh counts? No worries, we have a whole guide available where we explain everything you need to know. Read the guide.

A general rule of thumb for choosing the right mesh is the finer the detail, the higher the mesh count. If you're unsure which to go for, drop us an email or give us a call, we're happy to help.

Our Screen Printing Mesh is sold in one-metre lengths. The mesh is 127cm wide. If you purchase more than one metre the mesh will come in a continuous strip.

The Guide

43T (110 US)

Suitable for printing with thicker inks on heavy fabrics, paper, cardboard, and other porous materials. It allows for a higher ink deposit and works well for designs with larger elements and lower levels of detail. Also great for printing under base layers - leaving a nice deposit of base layer for you to print your colour on top.

55T (140 US)

Ideal for general-purpose printing on fabrics, T-shirts, textiles, and other materials where a balanced level of ink coverage is needed. It offers a good compromise between finer details and ink flow.

77T (196 US)

Well-suited for printing on textiles, apparel, and garments as well as Paper & Card where medium-level detail and ink coverage are required. It can handle moderately intricate designs with good ink control.

90T (230 US)

Perfect for printing on fine fabrics, light textiles and Paper and Card that require high detail. It is commonly used for intricate designs halftones and CYMK printing. We also recommend this mesh count for the top layer mesh count. It leaves a thin but clean layer of ink on your under base. 

120T (305 US)

Ideal for finer detail and printing on Paper & Card. As this mesh count won't allow much ink through, it's great for fine lines and text, detailed graphics, and high-resolution images that demand superior ink control and sharpness.

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