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    Screen Printing in Bridgeport

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    Business Listing   Anglia Design LLC - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 382-0869

    Business Listing   Arctic Sports Shop - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 371-8326

    Business Listing   Commercial Screen Process Inc - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 367-5377

    Business Listing   Dart Products Screen Printing - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 334-7779

    Business Listing   Discovery Graphics Design - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 362-0170

    Business Listing   Hammer Promotions - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 330-2820

    Business Listing   Maralex Designs - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 331-9240

    Business Listing   S & S Imprint - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 384-1109

    Business Listing   Work 'n Gear - Bridgeport, CT - Phone: (203) 374-9414

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    Helpful Definition for: Screen Printing

    Screen Printing is a technique of printing, using a woven mesh that supports an ink-blocking stencil. Screen printing in Bridgeport is also a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface. Traditionally, the process was called screen printing or silkscreen printing because silk was used in the process. Currently, synthetic threads are commonly used in the screen printing process. Screen printing first appeared in a recognizable form in China. Japan and other Asian countries adopted this method of printing and advanced the craft.