Ryan Screen Systems a Division of Lawson Lawson Screen & Digital Products Ryan Screen Systems a division of Lawson
5110 Penrose St.
St. Louis, Mo 63115
Phone: 314-631-8753
Toll Free : 800-769-9130


Art Files
Dryer Elements
Emulsion Remover
Equipment Packages
Exposure Units
File Holder
Flash Units
Hand Cleaner
Hinge Clamps
Home Page
Ink Buckets-Empty
Ink Degradent
Ink Mixing
Ink Plastisol
Ink Scoop
International Coatings
Ink Wash
Laser Targeting
Laser Film
Lease Form
Lease Reasons
Mesh Panels
Number Stencils
PMS Color Mixing
Pallet Adhesive
Pantone Mixing
Plastisol Remover
Pocket Printer
Pressure Washer
Printers Automatic
Screens- Aluminum
Screen Cabinet
Screen Dryer
Screen Opener
Screen Racks
Scoop Coater
Scorch out
Scrub Pads
Shipping Map
Squeegee w/handle
Squeegee Material
Squeegee Sharpener
Start Up Kits
Tension Meter
Temperature Strips
Transfer Machines
Washout Booth

Select the Correct Wood Frames
---Wood Frames @ our "Online Store"

One of the most important pieces of screen printing is the screen, which consist of the frame, mesh and glue. The screen can make the difference of a good print or a bad print. A bad frame makes the job of printing harder to register, harder to print, increases the chance of ruining a new t-shirt, and will need to be replaced more often.

You can buy cheap screens, that are easy on the pocket book, warp quickly, not hold mesh tension very well, and will need to be replaced more often. You now the old saying "You get what you pay for".

Below is a diagram that displays the different types of corners you will find in wood frames. The double Mortise and Tendon Corner Joint is very important to the life and stability of the frame. Weak corners will allow the frame to flex and change your registration during printing, will not hold mesh tensions, and may not be remeshed to prolong the life of the frame.

Our frames are designed to provide long life, resist warpage, resist chemicals & water damage, better prints, and make more money than the inexpensively made frames.