Screen Printing

Screen Printing Process Overview

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Screen printing can be used to print on a wide variety of garments and other items.

Screen printing consists of three elements: the screen which is the image carrier; the squeegee; and the ink. The screen printing process uses a porous mesh fabric stretched tightly over a frame made of wood or metal and coated in a photosensitive material. 

The art is separated so each color can be made into a separate screen stencil.
The art for each color of the design is transferred to a positive image that will be chemically processed (burned) onto the screen fabric.

The burned screen are loaded and aligned on the press and the garments are printed.

Once the item is printed it will be placed on a conveyor belt which carries the item into the drying oven.

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