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Screen Printing Techniques

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A screen is made of a piece of porous, finely woven fabric called mesh stretched over a frame of aluminum or wood. Originally human hair then silk was woven into screen mesh, currently most mesh is made of man made materials such as steel, nylon, and polyester. Areas of the screen are blocked off with a non-permeable material to form a stencil, which is a negative of the image to be printed; that is, the open spaces are where the ink will appear.

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Happy International Labors' Day

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International Labors' Day fell on May 1st as always, this is the holiday to respect the value of our labors', wherever you are and whatever jobs you do, this is your holiday.

SHARE---Headquoter, and all her subsidiaries will be given three-day long holiday accoding to National Day Arrangement, from May 1st to May 3rd, during the holiday period, we will only receive orders and answer inquiries, but no production. All orders will be processed after May 3rd and distributed to all our production subsidiaries.

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What is half-tone?

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Halftones are a pattern of tiny dots that can simulate different shades of color using varing percentages of a single ink.

Visually, halftones create the illusion of a continuous tone image by using spots of varying size and density to represent darker or lighter color values.

 Halftones work by fooling the eye into seeing the combination of the ink color and the color of the shirt they are printed on. When seen from a distance, the colors blend together and the dots merge with the background color of the shirt. If you look closely at or magnify the print, the separate dots are quite clear. You can see good examples of halftones if you magnify a picture in a magazine or a print from a color printer or even if you look closely at your TV screen. All these are made up of tiny dots.

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