impresión de la pantalla

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screen printing
Method of printing by using a squeegee to force ink through an assembly of mesh fabric and a stencil
Method in which ink is forced through a design-bearing screen made of silk or other material onto the substrate being printed
A process by which a printing composition or "ink" is transferred to a substrate through a mesh that is usually supporting a stencil for the intended design
Printing process using a mesh stretched over a frame allowing ink to selectively pass through by using a stencil The process most commonly used for producing graphic overlays and membrane switch circuits See Photo
a method of ceramic and glassware decorating in which stencil-like screens are used in applying colors to the ware
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color on a variety of substrates such as paper, plastics, aluminum, vinyl, and banner materials
Printing term for forcing ink through a stenciled cloth screen one color at a time Also refers to any tone printing work in halftone or flat tints
A method of ceramic and glassware decorating in which stencil-like screens are used in applying colours to the ware
Label printed by screen process from roll form (Do not confuse "screen printing" with screens and half tones )
Historically one of the oldest and simplest forms of printing A print is made by using a squeegee to force ink through a stencil or emulsion that's supported by fabric stretched over a frame to create a screen Although also referred to as silk screening, several synthetic fabrics have replaced silk as the fabric of choice for screen printers
Printing through a screen or stencil
Screen printing uses silk or other fabric stretched tightly over a frame Images are created by blocking parts of the screen with stencils created by hand-drawn or photographic techniques Ink is forced through the open areas of the screen onto paper or fabric
(Silk screen printing) A printing process by which ink is applied to a surface by forcing it through a fine mesh screen made of silk or a synthetic substitute
a way of printing pictures by forcing paint or ink through a specially prepared cloth onto paper or cloth print
a commercial and industrial printing technique which involves the passage of a printing medium, such as ink, through a taut fabric to which a refined form of stencil has been applied The stencil openings determine the form and dimensions of the imprint thus produced
Method of printing from stencils placed on a fine mesh tightly stretched on a frame, through which ink or paint is forced
The art of printing design and color to a fabric through a screen
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color on rigid or flexible materials
Graphic application method capable of printing great detail and color
A printing technique involving the passage of printing medium, such as ink, through a web or fabric, which has been stretched on a frame, to which a refined form of stencil has been applied The stencil openings determine the form and dimensions of the imprint thus produced
impresión de la pantalla