Your image, pre-burned on a high quality aluminum frame, ready to print! Our 20"x24" screens have a 12"x16" Image Area, and are the most common size for the majority of professional manual presses. If a larger image is needed, please view our larger screens. Please note the artwork uploader will be on the order confirmation after checkout.
The standard emulsion we use on our pre-burned screens holds up extremely well to plastisol, water based, and discharge inks. If you are using solvent, enamel or uv inks, please choose the option for HXT emulsion instead of TX-D.
Not sure which mesh count to choose? View tips on
choosing the right mesh count.
*Please refer to our artwork requirements
before sending us your artwork. Art files that do not meet our
requirements are subject to a $60/hr. artwork fee (we will notify you
beforehand if any artwork charges will need to be applied).
- When/Where do I upload my artwork?
After you add
your screens of choice to your cart and check out, you will be directed
to an order confirmation page with an artwork uploader. Upload your
artwork file/s to this form, put your Order # in the specified field, and add any specifications you'd like us to know about.
- How should I format my artwork?
Please refer to our artwork requirements found here.
- Which mesh count is right for me?
Refer to our "Choosing Your Mesh Count" page found here.
- How large can my image be?
Our 20"x24" screens have a max "Image Area" of 12"x16". This is the total space available for your artwork to fit in to,
and should be the canvas size of the artwork you upload with your order.
- Can I fit multiple images on my screen?
Absolutely! You can place
as many images as you want in the allotted "Image Area" for your screen size. Just
keep in mind that the more images you have burned on the screen, the
more taping you will have to do and the more difficult it will be to
- Why is the image area much smaller than the screen?
The screen dimensions include the actual frame, which consists of
1.5" walls. This means a 20"x24" screen actually has a 17"x21" inner dimension. Your image should be at least 2.5" away from these inner walls of the frame to allow room for your squeegee, ink, and areas of mesh that are too taught, which brings the max printable area of a 20"x24" screen down to 12"x16". These same basic principles apply to all other screen frame sizes.
- How long will the image on my screen last?
as the screen is used and cared for properly, the burned image should
withstand thousands of prints. Use screen chemicals sparingly, keep mesh
away from sharp objects, don't scrub screen with extremely rough
- How long will it take for my screen/s to ship?
Orders placed before 4pm (PST) are ready to ship the following business day, as long as the print ready
artwork is also received by 4pm. Please note this only applies to
screens that are in stock at our warehouse. If you are able to add the
screen to your cart and check out, the screen is in stock.
- My screen ripped, what do I do?
If your screen arrived with a tear, please notify us within 48 hours of receipt along with a picture of the torn screen, and we can send out a replacement right away. After 48 hours of receipt, we are unable to offer any replacements or credits.
- What if I order the wrong screen size or mesh count?
If you are not sure what size screen or mesh count you need, we recommend you contact one of our sales reps or email us at email@example.com for assistance prior to placing your order. Any screen that needs to be swapped out after an order is placed is subject to a $10 re-stocking fee.
- What if I need to cancel my order?
Pre-burned screens are subject to a $20 cancellation fee per screen if they have already been coated with emulsion. Screens ordered before 4pm PST are coated that night, so please let us know right away if you need to cancel an order to avoid the cancellation fee.