The screen printing technique is one of the oldest and most popular marking methods in the world.
This is a stamping technique that consists of using a mesh screen to transfer a previously-treated image, reproducing it on a surface with ink. Aided by a scraper, the ink travels through the mesh or template to the material.
This technique's main feature is that it is more versatile as far as ink, colour and formats are concerned. Moreover, it provides for high-quality adherence and durability on the medium, whether textile, plastic, metal, etc.
With the aid of different mechanisms, this process can be either manual or automatic, where the screen printer’s intervention, experience and skill is essential.