This branding process is ideal for bags and t-shirts but can also be used for umbrellas, cooler bags, and smaller items such as notebooks and folders.
Screen Printing requires a Set up of Silk Screens which are either made by using a Film to make Stencils or by using positives and a light exposure unit.
Using a squeegee, ink is pushed through the screen in the areas where the logo is exposed and onto the product that is being printed. Ink is then bonded (cured) with the item by (By using a Flash Dryer, Tunnel or Oven) .
Detail in the print can be excellent, however very fine detail and text less than 3mm high should be avoided as the details can “close up” during printing due to the ink bleeding or based on the texture of the product. Item textures can impact on print quality and superior detail can be achieved on a smooth fabric as opposed to a coarse one.
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