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Our Process

The predominant process of applying ink using a stencil is traditional screen printing or serigraphy. The 'screens' are typically fine-mesh and covered by light-sensitive emulsion over a rectangular frame. The artwork is segmented into colors, each of which is printed on a transparent film and presented on a separate screen. The projection of the screen makes a stencil of the design, allowing only the exposed design to pass ink.

The print surface is then put on a screen and the mesh presses ink and forms the print. With an advanced high-temperature Flash, this process is repeated for each subsequent color.

This process is commercially utilized for the printing of paper, fabric and clothing.