What are the advantages of screen printing mesh?
1. Widely used for graphic printing on flat or flat workpieces such as cups, electronic products, cosmetic bottles, street, pens, toys, mineral water bottles, shampoo bottles, etc.
2. Screen printing mesh has a wide range of applications and is durable in color.
3. General printing can only be carried out on a flat surface, and the screen printing can not only print on a flat surface but also on a special shaped molding such as a spherical surface, and the shape can be screen printed. .
4. Polyester mesh for screen printing has characteristics:
Screen printing is highly adaptable and has a wide range of applications.
Screen printing can be performed not only in monochrome, but also in color registration and screen printing.
The light fastness of screen printing products is stronger than that of other types of printed products, and it is more suitable for advertising and signage outdoors.
Screen printing can be used for large-area printing. Today's screen printing products can reach a maximum of 3 meters x 4 meters or even larger.
5. What are the main features of screen printing?
1 Screen printing can use a variety of types of ink. Namely: various types of inks such as oily, water-based, synthetic resin emulsion type, and powder.
2 layout is soft. The screen printing plate is soft and has a certain elasticity, which is not only suitable for printing on soft articles such as paper and cloth, but also suitable for printing on hard articles such as glass, ceramics and the like.
3 screen printing embossing force is small. Since the pressure used in printing is small, it is also suitable for printing on a fragile shopping body.
4 The ink layer is thick and has strong coverage.
5 is not limited by the shape of the surface of the substrate and the size of the area. As can be seen from the foregoing, screen printing can be printed not only on a flat surface but also on a curved surface or a spherical surface; it is suitable not only for printing on small objects but also for printing on large objects. This printing method has great flexibility and wide applicability.
Screen printing belongs to stencil printing, which is called four printing methods together with lithography, embossing and gravure printing. The stencil printing includes a stencil, a stencil, a spray, and a screen printing. The principle of stencil printing is: the printing plate (the aperture of the paper film or other plate is made through the ink). During printing, the ink is transferred to the substrate through the hole of the stencil through a certain pressure (paper, ceramics, etc.) ), forming an image or text. The most convenient stencil printing was written in the late 19th century. This kind of printing is made on a special wax paper, which is made into a stencil graphic version by a typewriter or a stylus, and printed on the wax paper plate with an ink roller, and the desired printing effect can be obtained on the substrate. In stencil printing, the most widely used is screen printing.