Screen Printing


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SPECIALISTS IN INDUSTRIAL SILK SCREEN PRINTING

What is Screen Printing?
Screen printing is a time-honoured printing technology. It is most valued for its ability to print on a wide variety of materials with flexibility. The image to be printed is photographically transferred to a very fine fabric (the screen) such that the non-printing areas are blocked off and the fabric serves as a stencil. For each colour to be printed a separate screen is prepared and the process is repeated. 
The day-to-day use for signage is endless but just a few of the most common uses would be…

  • Estate Agent Signage
  • General Health & Safety
  • Building Site Health & Safety
  • Parking and Warning Signage
  • Retail Signage

Unlike some digital printing inks, screen printing inks will rarely fade even when subjected to full sunlight and extreme weather conditions.
The majority of our screen printing is on metals and plastics which can be subsequently cut or formed to shape in our press shop.

Our screen printing services are utilised by a wide range of industries to produce:- 

Printing substrates

Metals - we hold stocks of different grades of stainless steel, Aluminium and brass in a range of gauges.

Plastics - we hold stocks polycarbonates, ABS, acrylic, vinyls, polyesters. We also print on customers own supplied materials and products and operate to the industry standard, BS.EN ISO 9001:2008 

    • Dials, panels, and fascias
    • Control/ instrument panels for a variety of industries
    • Anodised Aluminium labels and nameplates
    • Electrical overlays
    • Custom Decals
    • Data plates and rating plates
    • Health and safety warning signs
    • Plaques
    • Inventory plates and tags
    • Motor vehicle badges
    • Technical specification data plates
    • Identification Plates

    Require technical information? Give us a call or email with any questions. Thank you.

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