S-9100 Plastioc FrameFrame Mounts

Product Code: S-9100, S-9101, S-9102, S-9103 & S-9104

Mount your ScreenMaster design to a frame and begin printing onto your materials instantly.

Available in a large range of sizes from A5 through to extra large A2 size, all frames are designed to match a Long Life Squeegee size, enabling multiple sizes from minimum equipment.

Plastic frames are cheaper and durable, ideal for short run and school uses, while the metal frames are used for long run, off contact and professional applications with strong build and quality.

Available Products


Code: S-9100

Small Plastic Frame (available plain no tape)

A5 designs. Internal size 120x180mm
Maximum printable area 110x160m


Code: S-9102

Small Metal Frame

A4 designs. Internal size 180x250mm
Maximum printable area 170x210mm


Code: S-9101

Large Plastic Frame (available plain no tape)

A4 designs. Internal size 180x250mm
Maximum printable area 170x230mm


Code: S-9103

Large Metal Frame

A3 designs. Internal size 250x410mm
Mmaximum printable area 240x370mm


Code: S-9104

XL Metal Frame

A2 designs. Internal size 470x570mm
Maximum printable area 450x530mm


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Key Features


Plastic Frames

One piece molding process

ABS Polyurethane plastic

Lightweight & flexible to resist cracking


Pre taped and available plain


Metal Frames

Solid aluminium construction

Punched corners for extra strength

Sanded for smooth finish

Pre taped and reusable

Recommended for off contact printing




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Clean screenMaster Mesh as per normal clean-up procedure.

To clean frame cover tape to prevent loss of adhesion, or re tape once cleaned, wash under cold water to remove excess ink. Solvent cleaners may be used, but not recommended.


Each - supplied assembled.

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Small Plastic Frame

Product Code: S-9100

Item Weight [Kg]: 0.045

Length [M]: 0.25

Width [M]: 0.18

Height [M]: 0.001



Large Plastic Frame

Product Code: S-9100

Item Weight [Kg]: 0.055

Length [M]: 0.25

Width [M]: 0.31

Height [M]: 0.001



Small Metal Frame

Product Code: S-9102

Item Weight [Kg]: 0.34

Length [M]: 0.24

Width [M]: 0.04

Height [M]: 0.087



Large Metal Frame

Product Code: S-9103

Item Weight [Kg]: 0.55

Length [M]: 0.45

Width [M]: 0.04

Height [M]: 0.087



XL Metal Frame

Product Code: S-9104

Item Weight [Kg]: 0.55

Length [M]: 0.45

Width [M]: 0.04

Height [M]: 0.087


S-9112Double Sided Tape


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What is the difference between plastic and metal

What type do I use for off contact printing

What squeegee fits each frame


What's the difference between using plastic or metal?

Plastic frames are only 1mm thick and flexible, which makes them lightweight, portable, cheap and very durable), however as the frames bend high screen tension is not available sing plastic and the frames will bend if elevated to print off contact.


What type do I use for off contact printing?

Metal as they are strong and unlike the plastic type will not flex when elevated.


What squeegee fits each frame?

Frames can be printed in two directions with two different width squeegee's i.e. a small plastic frame will print a 110mm squeegee vertically and a 170mm horizontally. To use the 170mm squeegee simply rotate the screen 90 degrees and pull towards you.

S-9100 = 110mm and 170mm Squeegee

S-9101 = 110mm, 170mm and 240mm Squeegee

S-9102 = 110mm, 170mm and 240mm Squeegee

S-9103 = 110mm, 170mm and 240mm Squeegee

S-9104 = All Squeegee sizes





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Last modified: 27 February, 2011