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Speedball 10-Inch-by-14-Inch Screen Printing Frame
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- 10-inch-by-14-inch screen printing frame has cord-locked screen fabric that can be tightened or replaced
- Monofilament polyester mesh consists of single strand fibers with uniform construction and spacing
- 110 monofilament screen fabric
- Holds fine details for printing 4-color process work
- Made in USA
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This 10-inch-by-14-inch screen printing frame features a smooth, hardwood frame securely fastened together. 110 monofilament screen fabric is cord-locked in grooves and can be tightened or replaced. Monofilament polyester mesh consists of single strand fibers with uniform construction and spacing. Holds fine details for printing 4-color process work. Made in USA.
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Since I'm starting out I make my images with vinyl to save costs. I've been able to do several designs without needing to rescreen. After 3 designs I did have to rescreen one. Again though I think that has more to do with me learning how to handle screens and less with the quality of the product. Overall I'm satisfied with the items.
HOWEVER I do not recommend buying these. In screen printing you need a lot of screens. At $17 a pop having multiple designs can be pricey. Especially if your using emulsion. So after having these about a week I decided to learned to make my own screens rather than purchase more of these. I was able to make 3-12×12 1-16x20 and 1-14x12 for about $30.
The first two photos are of the screen set up and the last of of some test prints with it. It does not fit a 10in squeege. That may go without saying for most people, but I didn't know that.
I was not super careful when I washed out the emulsion so I had some dirt, dust, hair on the screen when I recoated it. That resulted in some pin holing but I was able to touch it up with some left over emulsion before I printed and it came out great.
Next step is to experiment with making my own screens!
One of the plastic strips that holds the mesh in place on one of the frames did work its way partially loose, which made one part of the mesh loosen a little, but I was able to wedge it back in using a hammer and a thin piece of wood. Good as new.