Screen Printing

Screen04In the past, the printing process was called screen printing or silkscreen printingbecause silk was used in the process prior to the invention of polyester mesh.  It is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil to create an image.  Basically, the stencil in the mesh is used to apply ink as a sharp-edged image onto a variety of substrates, such as plastic, wood, glass, and metal, and more.   As such, screen printing is more versatile than traditional printing techniques.
Our screen printing experts make the films and screens in-house, and have the ability to color match to meet the customer’s specifications.  We can manage small runs including printed prototypes and can also  produce quantities greater than 10,000 parts efficiently and economically.
A 1% material overage allowance is required.

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