Screen printing, which is an old type of printing that has been used for many years, is widely used for many different purposes.
Screen printing is a type of printing made by moving the paint through a sieve called a scraper. With this system, the paint passes only through the different parts of the uncoated sieve, and the desired pattern or text is transferred onto the material.
Depending on the type of ink used, screen printing, which is more affordable, can be used to print on fabric, glass, paper, ceramic, plastic, metal, and wooden flooring.
A silk cloth with a sieve function is utilized for its application, and after the necessary figures are drawn on it, the vacant areas are meticulously covered. The dye is then pushed along the line until it takes the desired shape. This ensures the expense of long-term, natural production at a fair price.