What is the screen printing
Screen printing is one of the main printing techniques. Widely used at industrial and commercial level, it is fast, performing and versatile. To always offer the best to our customers, our screen printing department for flat and round printing is stocked and always up to date.
Screen printing has many advantages. Here are the main ones:
How it works
Screen printing is a printing technique that exploits the penetration of ink from the model to the printing surface.
The passage of the ink from the frame (screen printing) to the affected material takes place through the pressure of a bar that, leaning on the support, facilitates its sliding.
The color then passes on the support through a microperforated film. Only a part of the pigment passes through the mask and is deposited on the object, following the geometry of the puncture.
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