Process: Silk Screening


Silk screening can be used to print onto a range of different materials, including metals for industrial parts as well as fabric, plastic and rubber. The versatility of this printing process makes it a popular choice within a wide range of sectors including consumer products, electronics and medical/scientific. Silk screening - or screen printing, as it is otherwise known - uses a ‘screen’ made from mesh, with a stencil placed underneath. The ink is then pushed through the screen onto the material, with the required design formed in accordance with the areas blocked off by the stencil. This process is then repeated for every colour required, resulting in a multi-layered image.

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