Screen printing

Screen printing (silk-screen) is a traditional printing technique. It offers a chance to print sharp and very durable multi-coloured images onto different types and shapes of materials. It is suitable for printing on flat surfaces and provides excellent adhesion and print durability. By sequentially applying different paints through a screen (a very dense mesh), we get the final motif printed on the desired surface. There is also a very wide choice of materials available. This technique enables printing onto paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, metal, plastic film, glass, textile, leather, synthetic fabrics and many other synthetic and natural materials.

Various effects can be achieved with screen printing, such as: glow-in-the-dark paint or varnish, pearl effects, scratch-off coatings, paint that reacts to UV light, etc.

Suitable for printing on all kinds of labels, T-shirts, work clothes, bags, aluminium plates, etc.

  • Scratch-off coating
  • Glow-in-the-dark paint 
  • UV reactive paint
  • Excellent adhesion and print durability