Screen printing, formerly known as serigraphy, is a universal template or silk screening procedure.
The printed ink is printed on to the material being printed using a wiper-like tool (rubber squeegee) through a fine-meshed screen (print screen). Special print screen inks are used to print PVC tarpaulins and banner material.
The mesh openings in the screen, where no ink is to be printed in line with the image motif, are impervious to the ink as a result of the template.
Screen printing is a cost-effective option for large numbers of items with the same inscription.
Data sheet for screen printing
- vector graphics are the most suitable
- data formats where vector graphics can be stored:
- Illustrator CS3 (ai),
- FreeHand MX (fh),
- CorelDraw 12.0 (cdr)
- no Excel, Word or PowerPoint data
- convert all the type into paths (vector paths)
- any additional expenditure for converting data will be charged according to the work involved
- CD, DVD, USB removable media
- Data communication by e-mail: email@example.com