Screenprint


Up to 8 colours to highlight your company logo.
High quality and long life.

 

The screen printing procedure

Screen printing is a procedure in which a squeegee is used to press the ink through a finely woven mesh onto the material that is to be printed. An advantage of screen printing is that the application of the ink can be varied by using different finenesses of the mesh, with the result that high ink film thicknesses can be achieved. In comparison to other printing procedures, the printing speed is, however, relatively low and the procedure itself very laborious. We don’t just print using machines, but also by hand.

 


Mechanical screen printing

The heart of the production system is a screen printing carousel, with which up to nine colours can be applied to the umbrella cover in one cycle. Even heavy fabrics such as polyester with a Teflon coating are given a durable finish in the screen printing process. The inks and additives used here are subject to the strictest requirements (REACH, inspection of print designs by Bureau Veritas, inspection by the professional association ETEM). Each new application of ink is followed by a drying process. To achieve greater opacity, FARE applies the design in white to begin with. It is only in the second stage that the desired colours follow. The work must be very precise here, so that no white spaces appear at the edges. Only the colours black, silver and gold can be used without a previous undercoat. Due to the modern machinery of our partner printing company, we are able to carry out multi-colour printing on 8,000 segments every day. Here, we rely on the technical skills of the trained screen printing media technicians.


Possible promotional labelling

 

Screen printing normal panel

 

Screen printing closing strap

 

Screen printing sleeve mini umbrella

 

Screen printing small panel

 

Screen printing trapeze panel

 

Screen printing sleeve and shopping bag ÖkoBrella Shopping

Printing examples



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