Silk Screen Printing Service

As a leading China Plastic Fabrication manufacturer, Kusla provides Silk Screen Printing service. we have silk Screen printing on plastic, Pad printing on plastic, water transfer printing on plastic, Hot stamping on plastic capabilities, as well as other plastic fabrication capabilities. Contact Kusla to find out more today!

  • High-Quality Screen printing on plastic services
  • A wide range of screen-printing plastics
  • One-stop solution, supported by second machining capabilities

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Silk Screen Printing Specifications & Capabilities

 Our various transparent plastic printing materials create innovative, unparalleled products for companies looking for streamlined printing solutions. We can do silk-screen-printing-on-Acrylic, silk-screen-printing-on- Polycarbonate, silk-screen-printing-on-ABS, silk-screen-printing-on-PVC, silk-screen-printing-on-HDPE, and many more materials.

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Silk Screen Printing Advantages

  • Long Life Expectancy
  • Weather Resistant
  • Clear Printing
  • Good Styling
  • Cost effective

Silk Screen Printing Materials

  • Polypropylene Plastic Material

  • PET Plastic Material

  • Nylon Plastic Material

  • HDPE Plastic Material

  • ABS Plastic Material

  • Polycarbonate sheet

    Polycarbonate Plastic Material

  • PVC Plastic Material

  • Acrylic Plastic material

Kusla Silk Screen Printing Services

Our custom plastic printing services make printing on durable, long-lasting, high-quality base materials an easy process. Whatever signage you need for your company, we can help. Kusla Printing provides large scale screen printing onto an array of plastic materials. 

we can silk screen on both flat plastic sheets and cylindrical plastic parts and customize the color or combine colors according to your drawing with our unique screen printing on the plastic process.

Application Cases

KUSLA Silk Screen Printing Services FAQ

Silk Screen printing refers to use the silk screen as the plate base, through the method of photosensitive plate, made printing plate with text. Screen printing consists of five elements, silk screen printing plate, scraper, ink, printing table and substrate. The basic principle is that the graphic part of screen printing plate can pass through the ink and the non-graphic part can’t pass through the ink.

  • Silk Screen printing is less restricted by image size.
  • You can use it to decorate any type of plastic material with large surfaces.
  • You can get vibrant colors by this method, which is not possible when using other printing techniques.
  • It is suitable for printing parts with cylindrical shapes such as plastic bottles, vials, flow tubes, jars, etc.
  • the print will not easy to be fade, wrinkle, tear, peel off or stain, which gives you a long-lasting effect.
  • It is comparatively more cost-effective than quite a number of printing techniques.
  • It is quite a process that requires attention to detail to make it a success.
  • preparation of graphics, which is something you can simply do using computer software.
  • Ensure that the design is accurate by removing any form of errors, then cut it on a stencil and soak it in the emulsion.
  • remove the stencil again from the emulsion and place it precisely where the design is going to appear.
  • Pour ink on the stencil and use the squeegee in spreading the ink all over the stencil.
  • moving the squeegee back and forth, ensure that you cross the image as much as possible so that it is transferred on the plastic material.
  • remove the stencil and confirm the printed image on the plastic material.
  • do this repeatedly until you attain the desirable print.
  • Permaset inks
  • UV and Solvent inks
  • Water-based screen printing inks
  • Plastisol inks
  • Prints are peeling away from the substrate.
  • An ideal way of handling this is ensuring that you check the ink’s temperatures during the curing process as well as using the right ink from reputable manufacturers.
  • Stick prints – It occurs as a result of insufficiency in allowing the ink to dry.
  • Cracked ink- It is also as a result of the poor under curing.
  • Therefore, you can choose to test your prints by giving them a gentle tug.
  • Prints are washing away- It is most likely as a result of incomplete curing.

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