Aug 04

Screen Printing on Promotional Products

Published by at 7:02 am under Promotional Products

Did you know ‘screen printing’ is one of the most versatile methods of printing used today by leading promotional product manufacturers?Screen printing is an effective printing technique which can be used on a wide range of materials such as metal, glass, cloth, paper and plastic. It is an effective process which involves printing by using substrates that other forms of printing techniques cannot be used for. Various promotional products including T-shirts, labels, electronics, bottles etc. are usually imprinted with company artworks and brand messages by using the method of screen printing.

To have a better idea about how it is done, watch the following videos on screen printing.

Promo Direct’s bottle screen printers imprint cylindrical parts flawlessly. These printers can be adjusted to print parts with minor tapers and they are also equipped with an inflation system which can be used for squeezable, polypropylene bottles.

Promo Direct successfully prints a wide range of drinkware products including aluminum bottles, promotional coffee mugs, ceramics, glassware products and other travel tumblers and mugs. Giving away promotional drinkware is a cost-effective option your company can consider for upcoming business events. Promotional drinkware offers maximum printing capacity and you can imprint your attractive logo and brand messages on them conveniently.

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To view a large variety of promotional items or corporate gifts for your clients and customers, please visit our website at www.promodirect.com

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One Response to “Screen Printing on Promotional Products”

  1. promotional products corporate giftson 06 Aug 2010 at 11:58 pm

    This is the very good idea, with the help of screen printing we can make our promotional products more attractive with logo and brand messages on them. Thanks

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