a print made using a stencil process in which an image or design is superimposed on a very fine mesh screen and printing ink is squeegeed onto the printing surface through the area of the screen that is not covered by the stencil
a frame with silk or other fine fabric stretched tightly across it
a type of print that was made popular by the artists of the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Projects
In a silkscreen, ink is forced through a silk screen or other fine mesh onto the paper. Areas that are to be left unprinted are covered with a substance that blocks the passage of the ink through the screen.
Ink that is pressed through a fine screen leaving a painted imprint on the surface of a item. Wearable item such as t-shirts are commonly Silkscreened.
A method of printmaking in which the reverse of an image is put on a screen of silk or other mesh, with blank areas coated, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the surface, resulting in a screenprint. Also called serigraphy.
The legend or markings screened on to a printed circuit board. The silkscreen usually includes component outlines, reference designators, polarity indicators, pin one markings, part numbers, company name, copyright info.
Ink is pressed thru a fine screen leaving a flat, painted imprint on the surface of the material.
a printing technique where a stencil is fixed onto a mesh (originally silk). a thick ink is then forced through the screen onto the surface beneath. also known as a screen print.
A process of applying a specific design or pattern to glass. The design is made by placing a screen over a piece of glass and then pressing ceramic frit, by means of a large squeegee, through the pores of the screen. After the frit is applied, the glass goes through an infra-red oven to dry the frit and then through a tempering furnace to fire (bond) the frit to the glass permanently.
a printing process applying conventional industry techniques to produce raised line diagrams accessible through touch. A screen or fine mesh is used to hold a negative image covering holes in the mesh where print is not required. Ink is then pushed through a screen onto the desired surface. The method has been adapted to print resin instead of ink
Imprint is created by pressing ink through a fine screen leaving a flat, painted imprint on the surface of the material.
A method of printing using a hand-cut or photographically-prepared stencil adhered to stretched silk or polyester fabric through which ink is forced.