Screen printing is a permeable printing process that enables the application of a thick layer of ink. You can apply it in endless ways.

Screen printing is most widely used in the industrial sector, especially for personalization and decorative purposes.


This sector includes:

Textile printing: ranging from T-shirts to clothing and the finest table linen.


Screen printing on glass: produces stunning effects on glass bottles, large tinted glasses and decorative elements on buildings.


Screen printing on electronics: includes a variety of processes like conductive and resistant inks.


Screen printing on small objects: such as tap bottles, ballpoint pen and promotional products.


Vitrifiable decals: designed for decorating tiles, glasses and ceramics.


Many other techniques and new applications are appearing constantly.

In the graphic sector screen printing competes with digital printing, but offers unmatched printing solutions.

Printing reproduction of the works of art.  Serigraphy is one of the best techniques to reproduce works of art, because of its colour strength and its durability. Today the use of more and more refined dot screens and, mostly, the use of FM halftone allow you to achieve fine mechanical reproductions in which the dot screen cannot be seen.



For the reproduction of art books, capillary film and UV drying systems are essential.