Screen printing is a method of printing that involves forcing the printing ink through a finely woven mesh onto the fabric using a squeegee. In the areas of the fabric where no ink is to be printed, according to the printed image, the openings of the mesh are made impermeable to ink. The motif is cut out and can then be reproduced. Paper stencilling is a particularly convenient method of working. All you need is a screen, a stencil, a cutter, some adhesive tape, a squeegee, and the printing ink TEXTIL PRINT.
Screen printing frame for textile printing with water-based printing inks
The 51T screen mesh fabric is ideal for printing on light and dark textiles using Marabu TEXTIL PRINT ink
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