Positives – We Print out Positives
Film quality is vital to your screen printing success. Without a dark film positive, you will not achieve a great print. We offer both inkjet as well as image setter positives. Send us your artwork and we will play out your positives.
No positive is too small for us!
SCREEN PRINTING FRAMES
We manufacture all types of frames made to client’s specification, out of aluminium or steel with a rust preventative coating or electro-galvanized. Standard sizes are often available ex stock or any specific size at short turn-around times.
Here we utilize quality mesh types manufactured from Swiss Polyester Monofilament. Mesh types are available from 10T right up to 200T. A full range of mesh is at all times available to fulfill client’s needs.
We offer a screen-making service, de-coating, re-coating and exposing of used screens and coating and exposing of new screens, all this is done with KIWO screen-making chemistry.
Besides supplying ready-to-use inks, we also offer a colour-matching service to the textile and graphic screen printing industry; matching colours according to Pantone or client’s specific requirements. All colour matches are recorded, referenced and so with assuring an exact re-match of previously supplied colours/inks.
COLORSCREEN offers support at all times; let it be telephonically, on site visits or by any other available means.
COLORSCREEN’s experienced staff is there to assist you; let it be to establish the suitability of inks or chemicals supplied or the application of products out of our range of consumables.
Please contact us to assist you.
SCREEN PRINTING COURSES
Learn how to screen print from our on staff professionals. Learn about the printing process from start to finish and get hands-on screen printing experience.
- Guidelines for T-shirt design/Colour Separation and how to print your positives
- Screen mesh selection and stretching
- Direct screen emulsion coating and exposing
- What type of ink to use
- Dryer and press settings
- Press setup & registration
- Production and shop setup techniques
- What type of equipment is available
- Screen and ink clean-up
- Remove stencil from mesh
- General troubleshooting
- Extensive Q & A’s