Screen printing is an example of one of the oldest printing techniques. A permeating print technique where the ink is pressed by a blade or a squeegee through a stencil created on a mesh and it is thus transferred to the substrate material (paper, plastic). At SPWS we apply the screen printing processes namely in applications of special inks where large deposits of ink are required.

For instance, the printing of optically variable coloured ink with shade altering properties when observed from a different viewing angle. In order to achieve the optimum effect, it is necessary in the process to apply the said larger deposits of ink, which screen printing techniques make feasible.