Standard and Full Block styles are the same for numbers: 3, 5, 6, 8, 9 & 0
Full Block numbers: 1, 2, 4 and 7 have a wide serif or foot. Standard don't.
Outline style stencils must be used with the solid stencils to achieve a two-color outlined number.
Our numbering stencils are sold in sets,
with replacement numbers available in packs of 100.
A set consists of:
200 number 1's
100 number 0,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9's
100 3" wide paper spacer strips
The stencil is either attached to or formed on the screen. The screen is then hinged to a printing support, usually a table, which has register tabs to position each sheet of paper correctly. Then ink is pushed through from the top side with a special squeegee onto the printing paper underneath.
Although screenprinting is in principle a simple stencil process, the kinds of images which can be produced cover a wide spectrum. Depending on the stencil used, the artist can produce a range of effects -- from broad, simple areas to fine, detailed, even photographic images. This wide range is broadened further by the use of various combinations of transparent and opaque colors, and by printing on various kinds of paper.
With our complete line of numbering stencils, Block, Full Block, Outline or Soccer style, any printer can compete for team uniforms with a winning look.
Click here for instruction on how to use our numbering stencils