Screen Printing

A printing technique, which enables to obtain an image by pushing the ink through the printing plate. The printing form is a frame with a stretched silk or nylon gauze on it. The image is transferred to the gauze by means of a photographic process. A wiping blade, called a squeegee, pushes the thick ink through the gauze and creates a printed image. The spacing elements are covered with a layer, which does not let the ink. The printing elements are open (fig. 1).

Characteristics of a print:

  • The subsrate is not deformed;
  • A thick ink layer;
  • Zigzag edges of the image;
  • The mesh structure of the image;
  • Absence of thin strokes.

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