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Ryonet Small UV Screen Exposure Unit - 16x20in

by Ryonet
7 reviews

The 16" x 20" table top exposure is a low cost way to step up your screen printing exposure game! With this screen printing exposure unit you are able to burn higher quality and crisper images compared to using a halogen exposure light or the sun.

This table top exposure unit uses unfiltered UV black light which exposes a screen much faster than halogen or photo light. Also by using the foam pad that comes with the unit and about 25 lbs of weight you can create the positive pressure needed to sandwich your film positive and screen mesh to the exposure glass to ensure that fine detail, halftones and crisp edges can be exposed without light working its way around the edge of the image like it would if positive contact was not sufficient.


  • Lightweight laser cut and formed aluminum frame
  • 16" x 20" exposable area (Optimal for 16" x 20" OD Frames, but works up to 20" x 24" OD Frames *note the edge of a larger frame will hang off the end of the exposure unit)
  • 2- 25 watt UV Bulb (Replacement Bulbs)
  • Push button on/off operation (No Timer)
  • Optically clear glass
  • 6ft 3-prong power cord
  • Comes with EPS styrofoam pad for 16" x 20" screens
  • Capable of exposing half tones on higher mesh screens


  • Ryonet 21 Step Exposure Calculator ($19.99 value)


Emulsion Types:  RXP, WBP, DCM

MESH 24-38 60-86 110-160 200-230 280-305
Time 5:45-6:15 5:15-5:45 4:15-4:45 3:20-3:50 3:05-3:35

 *Tested times but may vary. Use Step Wedge Test to dial in exposure time

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3.7 Based on 7 Reviews
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Edith R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

super easy perfect size

Christopher C.
United States United States
Must buy

Love it!!

Juan G.
United States

The glass was shattered during the shipping process. Ryonet Small UV Screen Exposure Unit - 16x20in Review

Hey Juan, Oh no! So sorry to hear about the damaged glass. Unfortunately, sometimes the glass on our exposure unit breaks in transit. I looked into your account and it looks like you are already working with our team member, Traci. We will make this right for you. If you'd like to follow up with me, feel free to reach out to me directly at Have a great day! Alex Castrillo

Michael H.
Sykesville, Maryland
Does not produce any of an exposure

I've had this unit for a little over two years. I've used it for several hundred jobs. The placement of the bulbs causes the center of the screen to overexpose. If you require fine detail this is not your unit.

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Brandon B.
Thumbs Up

I spent about 3 weeks researching the best exposure unit for fine art prints. I always kept coming back to this unit. Most of our screens are 20x 24 (200 mesh) and we are getting QUALITY exposures. There isn't really anything fancy about the unit but it does the job. Positive contact has made all the difference in our fine detailed prints. For the price, this unit is hard to beat if you're looking for better exposures on your screens. Also recommend the exposure calculator to really dial in your exposure time. Overall, very pleased.