There are 'churning' of paint, fluorescent (glow in the dark), with special reflective paint properties, temperature-sensitive, metal, etc. For example, fabrics are ideal plastisol ink (after drying become to the touch as a thin layer of rubber). Optionally, the image can be made convex, using special additives, and subsequent heat treatment paint up the dough, creating the effect of three-dimensional image. For screen printing virtually no restrictions, not only in the use of materials printing, but also in size sealing. There is a large-screen printing, where the image is measured by the meter. Also applied this method to print on large products, such as the fuselage and other transportation sredstv.V of small print can have elements of figure 0.2 mm or less, for example, the pattern of printed circuit boards for microelectronics ustroystv. printing has other specific applications: – adhesive through a special template made with a laser, to contact pads of printed circuit boards for subsequent attachment of radio – and phosphor printing conductive pastes to receiving glowing panels for technical applications and advertising, etc.
Silk is probably the most ancient and practical method for printing. His story relates to the distant centuries bc. According to the extant historical facts, silk screening, may have originated near the , to be precise, the area between Mesopotamia and Phoenicia. Many of the special coincidence suggests that the guardians of silk, which was then considered as art, were the Phoenicians. Archaeological findings and historical research shows that the Phoenicians (or a neighboring nation) have found a way to reproduce images, at least in tissue, using technologies, which, of course, have nothing in common with modern ones.