230 MESH SCREEN 20＂ X 24＂ 1 COLOR PER SCREENYour image, pre-burned on a high-quality aluminum frame, ready to print! Our 20x24 screens have a 12x18 Image Area and are great for printing larger flat-stock or designs on t-shirts using a larger floor-model press. If a larger image is needed, pleas
Your image, pre-burned on a high-quality aluminum frame, ready to print! Our 20"x24" screens have a 12"x18" Image Area and are great for printing larger flat-stock or designs on t-shirts using a larger floor-model press. If a larger image is needed, please view our larger screens.
Selecting Mesh Count
General Tip: Lower Mesh = More ink, less detail - Higher Mesh = More detail, less ink
110 Mesh - Most common mesh count for printing with white plastisol ink. Not recommended for water base inks.
160 Mesh - Our most popular mesh count. Works well with a wide variety of ink types and substrates.
200-230 Mesh - Most commonly used for high detail artwork. Also great for printing with water based inks on wood or paper.
280-305 Mesh - Used for super fine detail artwork, half tones, CMYK process printing, as well as solvent and water base inks.
Still not sure which mesh count to choose?
Selecting Emulsion Type
The standard HV emulsion we use on our pre-burned screens holds up extremely well to plastisol, water-based, and discharge inks.
After you place your order, there will be an upload form for your artwork on the confirmation page. If for whatever reason this form doesn't show up, please upload your artwork here referencing your order number in the subject line, or email the artwork directly to [email protected]
When you upload your artwork, there will be an option to request a free digital proof. If this option is selected, we will send you a digital representation of the screen prior to burning and shipping it out. We allow up to two additional revision mockups if you'd like anything changed. Further revision mockups will incur an additional $5 fee each.
sending us your artwork.
Art files that do not meet our requirements are subject to a $30 artwork fee.
(We will notify you beforehand if any artwork charges will need to be applied).