As we see more eco-friendly initiatives to combat global warming, increased demand for commercial and residential renewable energy has followed suit. Many have started turning to the capabilities of solar energy, as the technology behind it is tried and true.
Starting as a way to produce eye-catching poster ads and packaging, screen printing has evolved into a critical printing method. In fact, its uses range from t-shirt graphics to logos on glass beer bottles to circuits that make printed circuit boards execute various functions.
Screen printing has been used for centuries for things such as advertising posters to product labeling. Despite having been around for so long, the fundamentals of the process have remained unchanged.
Screen printing is an art that can be traced back to ancient Chinese civilization but holds significant value in today’s world. It grants manufacturers and artists alike an avenue to transfer ink to the desired surface, such as solar panels, electronic circuit boards, or glass/porcelain containers.
Screen printing mesh plays an integral role in everyday life, whether it’s used to produce the circuit boards in phones or logos on various products. To deliver quality products, screen printing designers must determine the best specification to transfer designs.
At W.S. Tyler, we pride ourselves on the quality and versatility of our stainless steel woven wire mesh. As a company that has been weaving and working with stainless steel wire for over 50 years, we have seen an endless amount of uses and industries use our mesh.