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Squeegees

saati-logo.jpgCheck out our complete line of Saati squeegees with wooden handles. We offer pre-cut sizes with wooden handles plus 6 foot rolls of squeegee and wood handle. These squeegees are perfect for printing textiles. Offered with the optimal cut edge for yielding the finest in print definition. Unlike rotary cut edges that leave a serrated pattern on the edge, our one-stroke cut leaves a perfect print edge. The cut edge squeegee will be the best option in squeegee shape for best print definition and ink sheer. Made with inexpensive high quality poplar wood handles which are optimal for printing textiles due to their ability to slightly flex with you garment and/or a warped MDF pallet. Choose form 3 different durometers to get the best print results based on the specific print job. These squeegees are manufactured with an exclusive urethane formulation for extreme durability. Absolutely the best quality and perfomance. 

  • Proprietary Urethane Formulation
  • Superior High Chemical and Mechanical Resistance
  • Precise Linear Cut Sharp Edge
  • The industry's closest tolerance on hardness range (+5/-0)
  • Excellent for plastisol or water based textile inks
  • Quality Material at an Excellent Price

                

60 durometer squeegees - These are commonly used in situations where a higher volume of ink is desired. Softer squeegees blades will generally print more ink than harder ones. This enables the printer to print more ink for higher opacity and coverage. Use this durometer for printing white on black tee shirts or printing any high opacity color ink on dark garments.

70 durometer squeegees - These are the most commonly used squeegees for textiles and are often thought of as the default. But that is not always the case. This is the median squeegee for textiles and is soft with a firm feel. Use this squeegee for printing on whites, light colored garments or when printing finer line work than your average spot color.

80 durometer squeegee - These are the hardest of the 3 choices for textiles. Any harder is unnecessary for fabrics. Use this durometer in combination with higher mesh counts for halftones, four color process, and fine line details. 

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