Textile screen printing

This is a stamping technique that consists of using a mesh screen to transfer an image, reproducing it on a textile surface.

The results obtained with this technique are highly satisfactory. Different inks can be used, rendering different effects to play with finishes that are different to the touch and visually.  Especially where fashion is concerned, this printing finish is especially relevant, since it is a part of the design.

The main advantages of using screen printing to stamp an image on a jacket, T-shirt, shirt, cloth bag, knapsack, jersey or similar is that the print is more resistant after several washes, unlimited and a colour much more similar to the one desired can be obtained, with many possibilities. 

There are many traditional textile compositions that can be printed on: cotton, cotton+polyester, polyester, nylon, viscose, wool, Lycra, polyamide, neoprene, stiffened fabrics, PVC, etc.

This is the most advisable for a design with colours and flat surfaces, and for large series, since it is more economical.