Silk Screen

Screen printing first appeared in a recognizable from in China during the song Dynasty(960-1279 AD) Subsequently, the Japanese adopted the screen printing process and used woven silk to make the mesh and lacquers to make stencils. The use of silk is where screen printing got its alternative name - Silk screening or silk screen printing, other Asian countries adopted this method of printing and advanced the craft using it in conjunction with block printing and hand applied paints.

Today at German Press Co., we have mastered the art with experienced artisans and Hi-Tech machines that can screen print on almost all materials.

Clothing, Medical devices, Product labels, Signs and displays, Snowboard graphics, Textile fabric.