Kite Print

Screen print­ing is a print­ing process in which the print­ing ink is print­ed with a rub­ber grom­met through a fine-meshed fab­ric onto the mate­ri­al to be print­ed. In those areas of the fab­ric, where no col­or is to be print­ed accord­ing to the print image, the mesh open­ings of the fab­ric are ren­dered col­or-opaque by a sten­cil.
In the screen print­ing process, it is pos­si­ble to print many dif­fer­ent mate­ri­als (both straight and shaped mate­ri­als such as bot­tles, equip­ment hous­ings, etc.).

For this pur­pose spe­cial print­ing inks are used with regard to the mate­ri­al. Depend­ing on the appli­ca­tion, the print for­mat ranges from a few cen­time­ters to sev­er­al meters. An advan­tage of the screen print­ing is that the ink appli­ca­tion can be var­ied by dif­fer­ent tis­sue refine­ments so that high col­or lay­er thick­ness­es can be achieved. How­ev­er, com­pared to oth­er print­ing meth­ods, the print­ing speed is rel­a­tive­ly low. Screen print­ing is main­ly used in adver­tis­ing and label­ing, in tex­tile and ceram­ic print­ing and for indus­tri­al appli­ca­tions. Apart from high-pres­sure, gravure print­ing and lith­o­graph­ic print­ing (off­set print­ing), screen print­ing is also referred to as through-print­ing, since the print­ing areas of the screen print­ing plate are col­or-trans­par­ent. For more infor­ma­tion, ask us your ques­tions