Screen Printing

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  • A method of 2D image printing
  • Typically used for fabric items like shirts
  • Also known as silkscreen printing
  • Essentially uses a bin, the end product (like the shirt fabric for instance), a stencil, ink/pigment, and a squeegee for moving the ink/pigment to fill the stencil pattern evenly
  • If done with Lasercut Stensils it can be a way to bring Digifab to fabric printing, without the complexity/low speed of an Inkjet system, or low quality of Thermal Transfer etc

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