Description

Screen printing is the most common technique for printing on garments and other textiles. It involves squeezing ink through a special stencil commonly called a screen. The screen is covered with an impermeable substance on which the printed image is mapped. Pressed ink is squeezed through areas of the screen not covered by the impermeable substance. The resulting pattern is transferred directly to the object or paper / film depending on the screen printing technique.

 

  1. Due to durable printing inks the prints are resistant to UV radiation, humidity, mechanical damage and washing.

  2. Numerous ink colours make it possible to achieve extremely clear and fully saturated colours.

  3. Screen printing technique may be applied for both flat and cylindrical surfaces.

  4. This is one of the cheapest marking techniques on the market. Its cost is attractive both for series 20 and more.

  5. The printing cost decreases as the series volume increases, because the fixed costs of preparing stencils and films are distributed in proportion to the larger number of garments.

  6. The cost of preparing the screen for the printing process has to be borne.

  7. Printing with plastisol or water inks.

  8. Requires bitmap files with min 300 dpi (PNG, PSD, TIFF, PDF, JPG) or vector graphics (AI, EPS, CDR, PDF).
Features
  1. Due to durable printing inks the prints are resistant to UV radiation, humidity, mechanical damage and washing.

  2. Numerous ink colours make it possible to achieve extremely clear and fully saturated colours.

  3. Screen printing technique may be applied for both flat and cylindrical surfaces.

  4. This is one of the cheapest marking techniques on the market. Its cost is attractive both for series 20 and more.

  5. The printing cost decreases as the series volume increases, because the fixed costs of preparing stencils and films are distributed in proportion to the larger number of garments.

  6. The cost of preparing the screen for the printing process has to be borne.

  7. Printing with plastisol or water inks.

  8. Requires bitmap files with min 300 dpi (PNG, PSD, TIFF, PDF, JPG) or vector graphics (AI, EPS, CDR, PDF).
Process

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