Polyester printing net is widely used in printing glass, ceramics, circuit boards, textile printing.
The monofilament polyester screen printing mesh is the simplest and regular fabric made of a single strand of material. Traditionally, it tends to stretch under tension and reaches its "plastic deformation" point once it is overstretched. To solve this problem, our company offers an advanced product - low elongation polyester printing mesh. Single-stranded threads make our screens easy to detail and register. At the same time, it is easy to clean and recycle because its simple construction minimizes the possibility of blockage during printing. In addition, it exhibits a smoother and polished surface than multifilament products.
The multifilament polyester screen printing net is twisted from a plurality of strands to form a fabric having a rough surface and a similar appearance to the conventional multifilament yarn. This roughness can be easily bonded to the stencil and can deposit a large amount of ink, so it is considered ideal for printing on textured or contoured surfaces. The multifilament polyester web features the letter "xx" on the label, the most common types being 8xx, 10xx and 12xx. In general, the smaller the number, the higher the roughness of the screen display.