Screen Printing

Screen printing is a technique that involves separating the colors and burning the design on the screen. Then, using ink, the color is transferred to whatever is being printed through the fine mesh screen. Ink dries or is "fixed" by exposure to heat or UV. Screen printing is a printing process in which a stencil is used, the ink is applied to the exposed areas of the stencil and the ink is transferred to a substrate using a flat blade or nipple. happens. The ink is forced through the mesh holes into the item being printed. Screen printing can also be called silk screen, serography or serograph printing.

Screen printing is practically on any material from cotton to polyester to nylon to Teflon, and so on. screen printing is a laborious process with a lot involved.

Many other printing techniques are still in use today, including the well-established practice of screen printing.

Screen printing can be quite durable. Screen printing is best for artwork that has solid colors, is non-photographic, and has a limited number of colors.

The main advantage to consumers for the print method of screen printing over other options is the cost, color vibrancy, broad product range, and life expectancy of the prints.

Screen printing technology continues to advance and adapt to the mark It used to be market needs with innovation in equipment as well as the inks. These advancements make screen printing the primary choice of embellishment for a great array of product substrates. That screen printing was a highly developed layout process.

When printed and cured properly a screen printed should remain vibrant longer than any other textile print process other than dye sublimation or fiber reactive. but knowledge is power, and with consumer education we improve the quality and interaction on both sides of the sales process.

The best way to create awesome art for silk screen printing is to start by planning ahead, and then prepare artwork in a way that translates well to the print medium.

-Some uses for screen printing

  1. Long lasting

Due to the composition and thickness of inks used in screen printing, designs placed with this method can withstand far more stress than others without losing the quality of the print.

  1. Big Order Friendly

Since this is a method that requires the fabrication of screens for every color used in an artwork, it is best reserved for large orders. The more garments placed in an order then the cheaper the cost per unit will be.

  1. Great Finish

Screen printing produces vibrant colors that are hard to replicate by other printing techniques. it is a great method to replicate details it usually pales (literally) in comparison to screen prinitng. Screen printing allows for greater thickness of the ink than other techniques, which result in greater possibilities when it comes to the finish of the piece.

 

Art Avenue uses one of this method to produce fine textile fabrics which are later on used to make finished products.