Within the vitreous enamel facility we have a large screen printing studio. We apply traditional screen printing techniques to vitreous enamel panels and other mediums.
The Chinese first developed the technique over 2,000 years ago. It was expanded upon some years later by the Japanese, who used woven silk to make the screens. This is where the term ‘Silk Screen Printing’ came from. These days, the newest screens (like ours) are made from polymer meshes.
The Screen Printing Studio houses three screen printing benches that can handle graphics from up to 3000mm x 1500mm right down to small items measuring as little as 50mm square.
Screen printing is the ideal manufacture technique when you have long print runs of the same graphic. Being able to offer this service on a range of different surfaces allows us to offer our clients true cost-saving production alternatives.
To enquire about our screen printing services get in touch with our team using our contact page or call 01424 424 423 now.