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What is Silk Screen Printing? It is a printing process in which an image or design is superimposed on a very fine mesh screen, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance (photoemulsion). Then the printing ink is squeezed onto the printing surface through the mesh openings with a fill blade or squeegee.

Intro Of KGP Screen Printing Services

Four colour processes or the CMYK color model artwork is created and then separated into four colours (CMYK) which is combined to create the full spectrum of colours needed for photographic prints. This means that a large number of colours can be simulated using only 4 screens, reducing costs, time, and set-up. The inks are required to blend and are more translucent, meaning a compromise with vibrancy of colour.

CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and key, or black. These are the four colours used traditionally for printing hardcopies of images, called offset printing. The three colours, plus black, roughly correspond to the primary colours, from which can be mixed across a visible spectrum. CMYK is a colour mixing system that depends on chemical pigments to achieve the desired hues. [Read More]

How Silk Screen Printing Is Done:

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Silk Screen Printing Example
Silk Screen Printing Example


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327, Jalan 9, Tmn Perindustrian Ehsan Jaya
Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur

website: www.screenprinting.com.my
Email: enquiry@screenprinting.com.my

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