Our squeegee holders are made with anodized aluminum for longer useful life. They are made with 3 components for fast dismantling and easy cleaning.
WHAT DUROMETER SHOULD YOU USE? 60~65 Durometer (red): Using a softer squeegee blade can improve stencil life and increase ink saturation. 70~75 Durometer (green): The most commonly used squeegee durometers for print applications. This is a universal durometer that can be used for apparel printing (all ink types), can be used in almost any print application. 80~85 Durometer (Blue): Use for graphics printing and apparel specialty inks. Graphics UV printing often uses harder squeegees to control ink deposition. Specialty inks and very viscous inks often need a stiffer blade to shear properly from the mesh. 70/90/70 triple durometer gives you a soft edge with a hard center for optimal control.
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