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Silk Screen Printing

The process of taking specialized plastisol based inks, and applying them through a mesh onto fabric, textiles or garments is called Silk Screen Printing.

Screen Printing has been around for a long time but improvements continue to be made each year.  New technologies and advancements help Contract Screen Printing companies like AMBRO Manufacturing to provide high quality Screen Printing services with short turn around times.

Mostly automated, Screen Printing still requires human beings to produce work.  Today’s modern Screen Printing automation is the proper blend of machinery and people.

Silk Screen Printing

The process of Screen Printing involves a screen printing press, silk screens, plastisol based inks, and experience.  Designs are burned into the screens using special UV Light and coatings.  Once rinsed and dried, the screens are loaded on an industrial Screen Printing press, registered and loaded with inks.

Each station on the printing press represents one color of the design and have to be placed on the garment in the appropriate order for the design elements to look as intended.

Screen Printing can be accomplished at home, on manual stations and even with your bear hands, but large scale production of T-Shirts and other garments require significant equipment and space.

Screen Printing is offered in two basic forms.  The first form is standard screen printing that will typically allow for a print area of 16” x 20” and then there is Jumbo Screen Printing or Oversized Screen Printing that is typically 40” x 36” or more. 

Depending on the design elements of the project, one of the two forms of Silk Screen Printing will work for the desired result.  If neither option works for the project, then Custom Dye Sublimation might be the best option.

If you are interested in Silk Screen Printing, please consider giving us a call (908) 806-8337 or email us.