Screen-printing SCREEN PRINTING

The screen-printing method and the equipment used by us in the printing process make it possible to imprint various designs on a wide range of surfaces. It is possible to print in many different colours.

Types of material used TYPES OF MATERIAL USED:

PVC, polycarbonate, self-adhesive vinyl foil, laminates, polypropylene, banners, lacquered wood.

The printng process THE PRINTNG PROCESS:

We are capable of printing on any material which is up to 15cm thick. It is irrelevant if the material to be imprinted is natural such as cork, glass or wood or whether it is synthetic such as plastic or foil, in both cases we are able to guarantee top quality service. Since the material used for the purpose of screen-printing is greatly differentiated we make it a necessity to use only the appropriate paints for each type of surface. We select different types of paint to be used with synthetetic material and different still to be used on natural surfaces. These paints are resistant to variable weather conditions and have an enchanced resistance to abrasion, they are also highly flexible and therefore do not crack or peel when the material they are applied to is bent or twisted. All the above guarantees the high quality of our products.

Paints PAINTS:

The paints of the highest quality produced by the World's leading manufacturers make it possible for our imprintings to withstand the toughest weather conditions and enable us to print successfully on coloured surfaces.

Colour scheme COLOUR SCHEME:

We are able to select from a wide range of colours according to Panton. It is also possible to mix colours to receive shades and tones beyond the Panton Colour Formula Guide.


Maximum printing format: 200x100cm. A number of semi-automatic screen printing machines of the B1 format.