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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.
Because bottle shipping is notoriously expensive, though, he often recommends that wineries in more distant regions employ trusted colleagues for screen-printing services: Universal Packaging in Vernon, B.
The basic flow of the advanced screen-printing processes is the same as the traditional screen-printing process as shown in FIGURE 1.
Displaying screen-printing machinery and accessories.
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.
Showing screen-printing, pad-printing, dry-offset, uv-curing, and flame-treatment systems.
Semi-automatic screen-printing equipment for applications such as flat sheet and 3-D (almost any height) or cylindrical parts.
FIM uses standard injection molding equipment and screen-printing services, and it eliminates painting or plating.
Semi-automatic and automatic flatbed screen-printing equipment for decorating plastic sheets from 9 x 12 in.
Also contract screen-printing, pad-printing and hot-stamping.