Screen Printing

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Screen printing is a relatively simple and inexpensive way to make detailed prints on a diverse set of substrates including cloth, paper, bumper stickers, and posters. The process involves creating a stencil on a piece of polyester material stretched over a frame, and then transferring ink through the open mesh openings onto the substrate.

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