Screen printing is the most versatile of all printing processes. It involves applying a photographic stencil to a piece of porous, tightly stretched polyester or stainless steel mesh and then with the use of a rubber squeegee forcing inks through the open areas of the stencil onto a substrate.
Facts about Screen Printing
- Excellent color strength
- Ink systems available in screen printing are ideal for printing on a wide range of materials, including aluminum, brass, stainless, polycarbonate, polyester and vinyl.
- Exceptional for creating more opaque colors due to unusually thick ink deposit with a single impression
- Better abrasion, chemical and UV resistance than digital printing
- Most cost effective when printing mid to high volume non variable info applications
- Ideal choice when factors such as durability and special finishes are required
MPC Capabilities for Screen Printing
Vinyl, polycarbonate, polyester and aluminum.
Part sizes can be up to 24 x 36 inches.
We are able to screen print an unlimited numbers of colors, tints and textures using inks and dyes designed for the substrates that suit your applications.