Screen printing is an analog stencil method of printing using pure colors, such as Pantone. A screen is used as a stencil to apply layers of ink on the printing surface. Each color requires a separate screen. The ink is then applied, one layer at a time, using a blade or a squeegee to transfer it into the substrate during the squeegee strokes on the screen.
Screen printing has many advantages, and that is the reason Kornit developed its advance Paradigm, designed to maximize the benefits from both screen printing and DTG worlds. Learn more about Kornit’s printing solutions, and discover unparalleled printing quality, speed and performance.