When many people hear, the words "screen printing" or "silk printing" they automatically think of printing on t-shirts but screen printing can involve used on a substrate ranging from metal to plastic.
Screen printing is best for graphic design. Printing techniques are perfect for flat or relatively flat surfaces. The process involves fine screens or mesh stretches tightly around the frame on the hill. If there are areas that you don't want to print, they are covered on the printing screen. You can search for custom made t-shirts online from various online sources.
To make a framed screen printing will be positioned through the item you want to print with a thick paint lump. To press the ink through the screen you will use Squeegee. A rigid rubber knife is installed on a plastic or wooden handle. It is used to attract pain on the screen to press the ink through the screen.
The area that is covered in the ink is prevented from passing but the area that opened the cover will allow the printed link. After this is complete, the item is placed in the conveyor belt through a hot tunnel. This is called the curing process to ensure that the ink will dry quickly so that the material can be packaged or stacked.
If the ink has been healed correctly, it will remain, even under harsh conditions, on the printed substrate. If there are more colors desired in the final design then the process will be repeated with a different screen.
To ensure that the color is registered or aligned well with each other, the screen is usually placed on press Turn. Some screen printers have complete automatic pressers. With these types, they do not need a manual workforce in addition to regulate the machine and then load and lower the engine.