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Screen Printing

Printing Technology and Manual Technique


In this process, a screen is first prepared in accordance with the desired graphic and will act as a stencil. The colour is then printed through a fine-mesh screen and transferred onto the material. In this way, different degrees of colour application can be obtained, depending on the fineness of the screen mesh employed.

Screen printing is suitable for printing the same motif on larger print-runs of stickers, signs, banners and films. Printing is in one to four colours. For small print runs, screen printing is uneconomic. Digital printing is then a more suitable technique.

Furthermore, screen printing is a favoured option for special projects, art and technical drawings, as well as object descriptions in the museographical domain.

With screen printing, even metallic colours can be printed on almost any material, which at the moment is only possible to a limited extent with digital printing.

  • Stickers
  • Signs

  • Banners

  • Films

  • Special projects

  • Art

  • Technical drawings

  • Object descriptions (e.g. in the museographical domain)

  • Glass
  • Acrylic

  • Plastic

  • Dibond

  • Aluminium

  • Textiles

  • Wood

  • Aluminium composites

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