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Screen printing

Screen printing is number one technique in transfer of applications to various variations and various types of textiles, and there is a wide range of materials to print, from cotton, polyester, pvc materials such as nylon, neoprene, various blend of materials whose very wide application in textile and fashion industry worldwide.  Screen print technology is one of the most used print media when applying for long runs. We believe that this technique is high-quality applications on a longer-lasting basis for washing and maintenance. The printing technique evolved from the state-of-the-art technology to technology that no longer uses human resources at the press. Screen print machines are  technologically upgraded automatic carousels and tunnel dryers. Simply this is technology for mass production of the 21st century.

We offer you a high quality screen print for all types of textiles and other materials in various sizes, the high quality support of our graphic designers, a short production schedule and many other benefits to all our customers. We use the finest colors for textiles, which possess all the necessary certifications. Our most used technique is Four-colour process or the CMYK colour modelFour-colour process is when the artwork is created and then separated into four colours (CMYK) which combine to create the full spectrum of colours needed for photographic prints.

This means a large number of colours can be simulated using only 4 screens, reducing costs, time, and set-up. The inks are required to blend and are more translucent, meaning a compromise with vibrancy of colour. Water-Based inksthese penetrate the fabric more than the plastisol inks and create a much softer feel. Ideal for printing darker inks onto lighter coloured garments. Also useful for larger area prints where texture is important. Some inks require heat or an added catalyst to make the print permanent. 

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