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Types of Screen Printing Applications

Screen printing is a popular method of applying images to substrates, or materials that are printed on. Although textile applications like t-shirts are the most common, screen printing can also be used on circuit boards, wood, glass, metal, ceramic and more.

Popular Screen Printing Applications

Today, screen printing continues to play a significant role in the production of glass & ceramic products for both industrial and consumer applications.  Screen printing is unique because the process can overcome significant challenges faced by glass decorators. Click Here to learn more.

The Printed Electronics industry is currently witnessing exponential growth as the demand for tech devices escalates—and screen printing continues to be a lean, efficient and reliable production option due to improved printing techniques, equipment and materials. Click Here to learn more.

Chromaline knows that today’s Textile printers are looking for stencil systems that go beyond ink resistance and on-press durability—screen making and screen turn-around are just as important. Textile printers need emulsion solutions that can lower costs, increase efficiency, and help deliver a greater volume of high quality products. Click Here to learn more.

With the ability to screen print almost every design or text onto any substrate or 3-dimensional object, the capabilities for today’s graphic printer appear to be limitless—but not without challenges. Emulsion selection and performance is a critical component for the success of every graphic application. Click Here to learn more.

In response to exponential growth in the Printed Electronics Industry, Chromaline has developed a suite of stencil and substrate materials for advancing screen printing capabilities for micro-circuit applications. Working together, Chromaline’s Printed Electronics materials provide comprehensive solutions for the growing number of conductive ink technologies and diverse PE applications. Click Here to learn more.