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SCREEN PRINTING

The name “screen printing” was given to this method of printing due to a patent of stencil printing, which was issued in 1907 under the name Silk Screen printing.
It is considerable that this method of printing first appeared in ancient times, modern appearance stencil printing acquired in the middle of last century.

Due to special techniques, screen printing is perfect to apply on different surfaces, such as flat and cylindrical. Nowadays stencil printing is used not only in printing industry, but also in textile, electronic, cosmetic, glass, ceramic industries and etc. Method of printing gives a different beautiful effects that are impossible to create with other methods. Today screen printing is the most popular method of decoration on the cosmetic packaging. If we consider classic make-up, without consideration of creams, we can make a conclusion that only used two types of techniques.
1. Foil stamping
2. Screen printing
Examples of the most popular decorations:
1. On the first place – logotype applied with screen printing
2. Concord of screen printing and foil stamping. Logotype can be applied with foil stamping, ornament and texts with screen printing.
3. For metalized surfaces only screen printing is suitable.

Image, made with screen printing, has a special thickness, and perceptible features

Basic advantages:
• Thick lay of printer’s ink and high hidden qualities
• The effective visual result
• Accuracy and hardness of small and thin elements of the decoration
• Possibility to use additional special effects such as spangles, volumetric printing, velvet and rubber imitation
• Screen printing makes it possible to use printer’s ink with crystalline metallic pigments. These pigments possesses unique metallic glitter, which is impossible to gain with another methods, ink fixes on the surface by the burning while printing or UV drying on the plastic.