Screen printing

Screen printing technology

Screen printing is the most popular technique of making prints on clothing and other textiles. The printing technique consists of squeezing paint through a form on a specially prepared matrix commonly called a screen.

The screen is covered with an emulsion on which the printed image is reproduced. The ink is pressed through those areas of the screen that are not covered with emulsion. The resulting design is transferred directly to the object or paper/foil depending on the screen printing technique.

Technological film - screen printing on clothing

Example realizations:

Key Features

01 - Durability

The prints are resistant to UV radiation, humidity, mechanical damage or washing.

02 - Colors

Thanks to the large number of paint colors, it is possible to obtain extremely clear and fully saturated colors.

03 - Economy

One of the cheapest marking techniques on the market, especially attractive for batches of over 20 pieces.

04 - Positioning

Screen printing is possible on both flat and cylindrical surfaces.

05 - Price

The price of printing decreases as the number of pieces increases, the fixed costs of preparing the matrices and printing plates are spread proportionally to the larger number of clothes.

06 - Preparation

Requires the cost of preparing the screen for printing.

07 - Paints

Possibility of printing with plastisol and water-based inks.

08 - Graphic files

Requires files in bitmap format min 300 dpi (PNG, PSD, TIFF, PDF, JPG) or vectors (AI, EPS, CDR, PDF).

How to order?



  • Send us ideas and designs for your printed garments – if you don’t have them we will design them for you.
  • Include in your email all the information you have about the project: Include graphics or logos for imprinting.


  • After receiving approval of the valuation, we will proceed with the visualization of the project.
  • We will show you what your final garment will look like.
  • If you confirm it we will start the production process.
  • If you need you can get a photo of the first reprint for review.


  • Your garment is now manufactured, complete and packed.
  • We send it by courier to the indicated address. If you wish the shipment is anonymous.
  • You can enjoy a unique and personalized clothing collection.

Why should you work with us?



Garment warehouse, sewing room,
a huge production hall for
decorations (screen printing, embroidery, etc.).


A team of qualified
advisors, wide access to
products and services, we select
suitable technologies and


We will ensure the highest quality,
timeliness, and originality.


For 20 years we have been independently producing clothing and prints ourselves. Ordering from us you are sure that service is made by the manufacturer and not middleman. We guarantee low prices and fast realization times.

Simply put, screen printing is one of many printing techniques. It might seem like a modern invention, but it has been used in the Far East for thousands of years. It is known especially in Japan, where kimonos were decorated with screen printing. What exactly screen printing is and where it is used you will read in the further part of this article.

Screen printing - printing with a square frame

The screen printing technique uses a special printing form – a template usually made of an aluminum frame with a mesh stretched over it. The traditional mesh was made of silk or cotton threads, while nowadays other materials such as nylon, polyester or even metal are used. Screen printing mesh contains about 100-150 fibers per 1 cm. Such a placement of fibers makes it possible to obtain even the most complicated patterns. In order for the mesh to serve as a stencil it must be properly prepared. The whole process consists in covering non-printing places, or to be more precise, meshes of screen printing have to be blocked. How? There are several possibilities. The choice of one method depends on several factors, e.g. the type of ink, screen, edition or expectations. The most common solutions include manual application of a special solution, paper or foil stencils, the use of photosensitive emulsions, and drawing directly on the mesh surface with ink or lithographic pencil.

Screen printing - where can it be used?

This technique is used in many industries. Screen printing can be used for single and multi-colour printing, also in large format. It works well on paper, cardboard, foil as well as on materials made of plastic or metal. Screen printing can also be used on shaped objects like bottles, containers or discs. It is used in the production of printed circuits and membrane keyboards. The textile industry is also using screen printing. T-shirts as well as the prints made on them with the help of screen printing are becoming more and more popular.

A wide range of screen printing purposes makes it a universal marking technique. Printing made with this technique is durable and resistant to UV radiation and moisture. It does not wash off and at the same time is not vulnerable to mechanical damage. Colors are vivid and saturated. Price is also not without significance. Screen printing is one of the cheapest printing methods available on the market. It pays off both for single orders as well as wholesale ones.