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Serigraphy

The act or practice of printing on woven surface, especially silk. Serigraphy is used in art. It was popularized by Andy Warhol.
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Simple screen-printing processes, followed by drying and baking, are conducted to form double-sided thick-film flexible circuits with through-holes.
Custom-built printing, hot-stamping, screen-printing and decorating machinery.
Whereas traditional screen-printing includes a manual color separation process, digital printing does not.
Family members taught us how to start our own screen-printing business and also showed us that helping other people get started in business was one of the greatest things in the world.
The basic flow of the advanced screen-printing processes is the same as the traditional screen-printing process as shown in FIGURE 1.
Good adhesion to uv, solvent, and aqueous screen-printing inks and well as offset inks.
Start Your Own Screen-Printing Business" (published by iUniverse), by screen-printing veterans Charese and Anthony Mongiello, has already helped more than 6,000 people new to the business learn how to screen-print, and who now help people own their own T-shirt shops.
With more than 20 years experience in the screen-printing industry, Bolte stands ready to offer professional guidance to help educators launch their programs.
Southern California Screen Printing, founded in Fontana, California, in 1987, has grown to be one of the most highly respected names within the screen-printing industry nationwide.
Automatic screen-printing equipment for packaging includes machines for plastic and glass container printing from one to six colors with decorating speeds to 150 bottles/ min.
will demonstrate new screen-printing inks for creating IM]) graphics on acrylic and PET films.
Custom built printing, hot-stamping, screen-printing and decorating machinery.