Is the method in which ink is applied directly to the surface to be printed (substrate). The image to be printed is photographically transferred

to very fine fabric (the screen) such that the non-printing areas are blocked off and the fabric serves as a stencil. The ink is wiped across the screen to pass through unblocked pores and reach the substrate. For each colour to be printed, a separate screen is prepared, and the process is repeated. Printing can be done on many substrates e.g. t-shirts, golf shirts, overalls, beach umbrellas, menu holders, Estate agency boards and more.


We can screen print images that have up to six different colours. Jobs can consist of 1 to 10 000 units.