This is a process where the ink is transferred to the printing surface by being squeezed through a fine fabric sheet stretched on a frame. The screen carries a stencil which defines the image area. The process can be manual or mechanical but is most suitable for short runs. Screen printing is usuall...
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Method of printing by using a squeegee to force ink through an assembly of mesh fabric and a stencil.
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Printing through a screen or stencil.
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A printing process also called silk screening, where ink is transferred through a porous screen, such as nylon, onto the surface to be decorated. An emulsion or stencil is used to block out the negative, or non-printing areas of the screen. A squeegee forces ink through the open areas of the screen ...
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(from the article `textile`) Screen printing may be a hand operation or an automatic machine process. The cloth is first laid on a printing table, gummed in position or pinned to ...
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Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A roller or squeegee is move...
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Method of printing from stencils placed on a fine mesh tightly stretched on a frame, through which ink or paint is forced.
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Method of printing by forcing ink through a mesh stencil.
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A method of printing in which color is applied to the fabric through a screen which has had areas blocked out by resist, causing a negative of the resisted design to form on the fabric. See also silkscreening.
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A hand or machine table printing process in which a stenciled screen held in a frame is positioned on the cloth and color is applied with a squeeze. Separate screens are required for each color of the pattern.
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Often called silk screen printing from the material formerly used for the screen. A stencil process with the printing and non-printing areas on one surface. The printing (image) area is open and produced by various forms of stencil. The substrate is placed under the screen and ink is passed across t...
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(serigraphy) A printmaking technique in which stencils are applied to fabric stretched across a frame. Paint or ink is forced with a squeegee through the unblocked portions of the screen onto paper or other surface beneath.
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