The SERIGRAPHIC printing process is known for its ability to produce vivid and saturated colours. This printing method is perfect for applications that require bright, eye-catching colours. In addition, this printing process can create unique visual effects that are difficult to achieve with other printing methods.


Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a machine called a screen printer to apply inks to media such as paper, fabric or metal. The inks are applied through a series of screens, and the image is created by passing the substrate under the screens once for each print.


It is a printing technique that uses a mesh screen to apply ink to a substrate. The result is a very high quality print with strong wash resistance and very bright, vivid colours.


The screen printing process at G-art is a very efficient process that results in excellent print quality. The advantages of this process are numerous, including the ability to print highly detailed images with great accuracy.


The economic benefits are most obvious when a large number of copies are required. Because the stencil can be reused, the cost per copy is much lower than with traditional printing methods. This makes screen printing an ideal choice for companies or organisations that need to produce large quantities of printed garments.

Reduce Read more


Screen printing is one of the direct printing processes. Its advantage is that the application of colour can be varied with different fabric thicknesses, offering the possibility of achieving high thicknesses of colour layers with strong colour surfaces.

The advantages and characteristics of the screen printing process at G-art :