Screen printing is used for single and multi-colored prints. Prints can be done on textiles, paper, cardboard, foil and plastics.
Screen printing can be done with use of plastisol, solvent and water inks and it handles really complicated graphic printed on textiles.
Well done screen printing lets to do photo-quality, CMYK color separation, gradations, stochastic raster etc..
Wide range of available paints lets to achieve interesting results: convex prints, brocade, gilt, suede and water effect, fluorescent and luminescent prints.
Direct Screen Printing
It is the most durable printing technique for cotton, nylons, leather, polyester, paper, foil, plastics and other substrates.
It allows printing according to Pantone as well as CMYK color code. It also handles multicolor imaging projects with tonal transitions.
Direct screen printed graphics have very high durability during use and washing clothes they were made on.
Long-term maintenance of full-color prints and decent price at larger quantities makes DSP a competitive and popular technique.
Pantone silk-screen printing (printing with use of PANTONE ™ inks)
Screen printing applied with these colors results with strong, clear image, ideal at both – light and dark fabrics . Used paints are mainly high-quality plastisol inks providing great look and durability.
CMYK – Screen printing on fabric
Multi-color CMYK technique allows printing of photos or graphics with subtle tonal gradations. It is done with use of trichromatic ink.