What is silk printing
Silk printing is a method in which a silk tour is placed on a mold or frame made of wood or metal and is impregnated with light-sensitive gelatin and washed off after exposure. This is how the print is done. Silk printing is economically feasible, and therefore work in this area requires little capital, although a Silk Printing Workshop can be launched for handicrafts. The silk is used to print the image and uses a cloth with a very fine hole that eventually reflects the image on the grid, and parts of the image that should be colorless are covered with a blocking agent such as wax. The ink or ink operator sends a print cartridge or roller press to the print surface. The color or compound will only be transmitted to unblocked sections and the image will appear on it.
Silk printing has several capabilities, including printing on nylon and nylon, CD-DVB, office phone, headboard, wall calendars, leather, cardboard, sheet, mirror, glass, shoes, bags, pastry box, shoe box, Boxes made of cardboard coated, art panels, industrial boards, information boards, advertising objects such as clock and auto, sacks, textiles and clothing. At the same time, the disadvantages of this method can not be overlooked, including low speed and monochrome printing, which reduces its privileges. When the medicine is washed after the light, sometimes the drug is cleared too much, which may occur due to low light exposure, a large bulb spacing, and the design or incorrect combination of the drug. Also, in some cases, after clearing the drug, it should not be cleaned. The reason for this is the high exposure, the low distance between the bulb and the combination of drugs. Sometimes silk printing does not play well. In this case, the edge of the knuckle must first be controlled to be completely flat and then the uniform pressure is adjusted.
Silk printing on fabric
Screen printing is one of the common ways to carve pictures and motifs on clothes and fabrics, which also use mesh with very small holes. The mesh frame is called a shtablone or stereotype that is printed inside a fixed frame and image on the net. Parts of the image that should remain colorless are covered with a blocking agent such as wax. The ink is transferred to the print surface by pushing the spatula or rollers, which the ink or the ink passes only from the sections that are not blocked, and the image is printed on the cloth. This can be done on monochrome or multi-color printing materials. The silk printing method can be printed on a variety of textiles. There are three methods for printing silk on fabric:
1- In the first method, you can create a grid or shablon and design your design on paper. Then, putting this design on the cloth, place the shambles on it and customize the image on the outfit.
2- In the second method, you can purchase the varnishes for printing on the cloth and fill the holes with the filler in order to create the desired design. This method is easier than the previous one. At the end of the task, you can remove the varnish in the paint by Thinner.
3. The third method of silk printing on fabric is more expensive than the previous two methods. In this method, fill the entire frame with a lacquer and then frame the light-sensitive lacquer in a dark place and create the desired design on the paper calc. Place the frame or tab on a light table so that the light is adjusted to the bottom of the frame and hit the lacquer. After a few minutes, the design is done on the carving and printing works.
Handmade Silk Printing
Silk printing is done in both manual and mechanical form. In print, you can use a printout or print cliché, in which three methods of light desk, light bracket, and padlock are used. In a silk printing method, they first create a thin layer of shablanca or frame, and then drag a thin layer of diamond lacquer onto it and place it in a printable layout. Chab silk carries the design on a lace. With the preparation of the project, the manual silk machine is not required and the other steps are done by painting the knob, inserting the shtablon and manually rolling the surface smoothly.
Types of Silk Hand Printing
Handmade silk printing is divided into two types: applied and artistic. In a user-friendly manner, the user plays a key role and takes all the steps, including making, printing, printing, design transfer, and reproduction steps. In the handmade art print mode, the customer has no role in the design, and the artist has already done his job.
Handmade silk printing process
The manual silk printing is done in three ways:
Flat silk printing like silkscreen
Seductive printing, such as engraving on metal
Outstanding silk printing, such as engraving on a chop and a linoleum
The Silk Printing Method was first performed in Japan. At that time, silk fabrics were used for printing, and that’s why it became known as silk (called silk). This method is still used in some parts of the world, because no print method can transmit the ink as much as the silk printing on the surface, and sometimes it is necessary to print with large amounts of ink. So the silk printing is among the best ones. In the surfaces where the field is painted, and a strong coat of paint should be applied to the work, such as labels affixed to motorcycles and the like, a manual silk printing method can be used. This technique is used in industries to apply glue to sections of surfaces, and sometimes also to be used for bonding rubber materials on surfaces.
Silk Screen Printing is known as the “Series Graphics”. This method is based on duplication with stencil, in which a fine lace fabric is used, because the support surface for the stencil sheet can be used. In this method, the stencil is tied onto a cloth that is tight on the cloth. For silk printing, high-viscosity compositions should be used that spread on a stencil surface with a tool called the so-called “skuji”. Composed of permeable sections of the net reaches another level below the clasp. By doing this, you can print the desired role in different colors on a flat or non-textured surface. The image printed with this style often has sharp edges. Artists use this method to create artistic works. The Silk Screen Printing Method was used by Samuel Simon in 1907 to carry out promotional activities. This methodology is currently being developed industrially. This technique is often used for printing on cloth, paper and cardboard, ceramics, glass, wood, metal, plastic bags and packs (polypropylene and polyethylene), CD and DVD, and so on. The method used in Silk screen printing is visual and visual, and so many artwork and advertising work is done using this method. Dust and source of inspiration are silk screen printing techniques, graphic design techniques and photography techniques. In this way, photography and graphics interact with each other. Silk Screen Printing can be done in homes and at home, with no limits in this area and good work is done.