What is screen printing?
Screen printing helps us to decorate a lot of products in a beautiful way, in one or more colors, and in this way they become more attractive for the public to which they are addressed in addition, they will have a higher perceived added value. Whether we are talking about a more attractive product design, branding or simple industrial markings, screen printing through its versatility offers a multitude of solutions, being one of the most widespread and used printing / customization technologies globally.
Screen printing is the technology that makes it easier for us to print on a variety of media, of different chemical compositions and sizes.
In short, screen printing is done with the help of screen printing, which is also known as a silk screen and a rubber squeegee or roller as it was known in the past. The term “screen printing” comes from the Greek language, and according to some historical sources, screen printing was used in ancient China for silk printing, which has a history of over 2000 years.
In the Europe of the XV-XVI century this method of printing was widespread mainly in England and France, and in the XVIII century this art is widespread in almost all European countries, where with its help were decorated: furniture, walls, textiles, metal products and
Currently on the world consumer goods market we can identify an impressive amount of screen printed promotional products.
Currently on the world consumer goods market we can identify an impressive amount of screen printed promotional products. Examples of screen printing objects:
Advantages of screen printing:
- High print accuracy
- High print resistance over time
- The versatility of technology
- Reasonable production costs
- High productivity
- Very good opacity – very high ink coating power
Industries that benefit from the contribution of screen printing:
- Advertising industry, packaging industry, automotive, electronics, machine building, textile, printing
Types of screen printing materials:
- Cotton, Polyester, PP, PVC, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless steel, Wood, Paper, Cardboard, Glass