Screen Printing Process

Screen Printing Process

The process involves creating a stencil of an image on a screen of porous mesh, traditionally made of silk.  A roller or squeegee is used to pull paint-like ink over the stencil, forcing it through the mesh onto the paper being printed.  Unlike the inks used in some other forms of printing, screen printing ink sits right on the surface of paper, resulting in incredibly rich, vibrant colour.

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About HT Screenprint

HT has been trading from our base in Dalgety Bay since 1993 and has built up a reputation for high quality printing, embroidery and engraving at competitive prices.