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Screen Vendors?

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by Farmboy, May 13, 2013.

  1. Farmboy

    Farmboy Active Member

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    I've been using Pocono Screen for years. All the sudden I can't get any replies to calls or e-mails. I'm looking for a company that stretches their own screens and can make custom size frames. ASAP! Thanks.
     
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  2. d fleming

    d fleming Very Active Member

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    screen printing aluminum frames

    melray.com
     
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  5. Farmboy

    Farmboy Active Member

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    Thanks for the replies! I'm going to give them all a look. Ordered a dozen from Mel-Ray. Very good customer service on the phone and quick response to e-mails. Checking my e-mails this morning, I see that I'm getting a Fed-Ex shipment from Pocono today. I don't even know what to expect since I was told at least 10 days for my standard screens and 3 weeks for the custom sizes I ordered. I think I'll give GM Graphics a try next time, they're a little closer.
     
  6. DKgrafix

    DKgrafix Very Active Member

    GM is good, I also tried these people before http://www.aaframes.com/

    Decent screens, but in the end, I ended up switching to Newmans.
    From any of them, you can get in the same batch screens that are way off when it comes to tension. I was getting some that are 14-15 and some that are 20 N/cm and they were from the same box and made with the same mesh.
    Now, I can control the tension on each one of them
     
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