Screen printing

Technology: There is a technological similarity between screen printing and plane machine printing. The patterns are made in a similar way, but the process itself is less mechanized, and the overprints are smaller. The fabric is fixed to the work surface of a roundabout or to the printing tables. "Wet on dry" printing is usually used, i.e. next "colour" is put after complete drying of the first layer. This method has huge advantages - it allows to obtain very sharp and clear patterns and outlines, not spreading of so called "covers" and smoothness of the surface, which is unobtainable in any other serial printing methods.

Use: Screen printing, using different tensions and kinds of screens or paints, can be used for printing on different surfaces (knitwears, fabrics, plastic elements, plastic films, metal or wooden elements). There is also a possibility to print on finished products or on elements. Depending on the kinds of used printing paints or methods of printing we can obtain various decorative and utilitarian effects, i.e. convex printing, luminous printing, discharge printing, puff printing etc.

Minimal production: The minimal quantity of ordered products is about several dozen and it depends on the pattern and specification of the overprint. Regardless of the quantity of overprints, a customer bears the costs of preparing the screens, unless he has the screens necessary for the realization of the overprints.