Screen printing, or silk screening, is a well established procedure to print on pretty much any material. With new apparatus it is even conceivable to print on chambers which, with customary screen printing strategies, would be unthinkable. The first silk utilized for a screen has been supplanted today with a nylon material that has an incredibly, tight work. It does at present have the vibe and presence of silk.
The screen material is extended over a casing, regularly made of wood. It is a great deal like a screen window that you would have in your home Garment, in spite of the fact that the screen work is a lot more tightly, which means the weave is a lot nearer together.
The screen is covered on the two sides with an item called “emulsion”. Emulsion is a photograph delicate material that will cover the nylon work. At the point when it is presented to light the emulsion solidifies and bonds with the screen work. Nothing happens to the emulsion where light is hindered from arriving at it and it is later washed away.
The procedure includes three essential advances. One is to set up your work of art, picture or message and get that made into a bit of film. This film is clear with the fine art or content being dark. Second is to lay this film over your screen and open it to a light hotspot for a pre-decided measure of time. Third you will lay your screen onto the material to be imprinted on and drag ink over it with a squeegee.
Suppose we need to print the letters “ABC”. We would begin by making a bit of film that would have the three letters on it, most likely right in the inside. The three letters would be dark on this bit of film and the rest would be straightforward.
This bit of film is laid level onto the screen and a bit of glass is laid over it to prevent everything from moving. At the point when we open this to light the unmistakable zones on the film will solidify the emulsion and make it lasting on the screen.