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At present ink deposits of between 6 microns for a full colour image and approximately 300 microns for Braille applications are common for graphic screen printing applications.
Screen printing is suitable for different kinds of ink such as solvent-based, waterbased, plastisols, enamels for glass and UV-curable inks.
Using the correct fabric, stencil, ink and print conditions, 70 micron lines and spaces for high volume screen printing jobs are feasible.
Advanced screen printing processes applying optimised screen printing machines, nano-conductive paste and ultra-fine fabrics with the best emulsions are capable of printing even finer lines and spaces.
Screen printing is an exceptionally versatile technique……