Screen Printing

We offer industrial and commercial screen printing on small to large materials with single to multi-color imaging.

Screen printing can be used on:

  • Steelscreen printing

  • Aluminum

  • Plastics (Flat and Molded)

  • Corrugated Plastic

  • Styrene

  • Glass

  • Acrylic

  • Pressure Sensitive Vinyl

  • Plastic and Glass Containers

  • Wood

  • Powder Coated

  • Anodized Surfaces

  • Sheet Metal

Some of the products we print for our customers include:

  • Industrial Components
  • Medical Equipment
  • Plastic and Glass Bottles
  • Decals
  • Bumper Stickers
  • Banners
  • Promotional Products
  • Control Button and Dials
  • Electronic Equipment
  • Heat Transfers (for the rubber industry)
  • Yard Signage (Election, contractor, etc)

Screen printing is one of the world’s earliest printing methods dating back to 2,500 BC and starting with the ancient art of stenciling. It was introduced by the Egyptians, Greeks and the Chinese. The Chinese utilized human hair, stretching it across a wooden frame to form the screen. Then leaves, which were pieced together in different shapes, were attached and used as their stencil.

The process has progressed and evolved through the centuries, as has the need and usage for the screen printed products. A man named Samuel Simon (Manchester, England) patented the first ever industrial screen printing process in 1907 using silk fabric as a printing screen. Then a few years later, John Pilsworth (San Francisco, USA) developed the multicolor process of silk screening that today we call screen printing.

We are surrounded by screen printing in today’s world without even realizing it. Yard signs, instructions on our electronic equipment, watch dials, and bumper stickers are all items that have been screen printed.

Daleeco Screen and Pad Printing specializes in industrial screen printing and boasts a team of professionals with the expertise to transfer your logo or information onto the material of your choice.

Special needs can also be addressed as we can also mix the proper inks to guarantee that your imprint will withstand heat, cold, abrasion and other adverse conditions.

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