What is high density printing? Judging from the name, density means density. High density means a high level of density or can be said to have a high density level.
In screen printing, this means that it has good print quality because the results are smoother and tighter. Unlike other embossing techniques, high-density screen printing looks smoother, shiny and produces a three-dimensional effect.
The high-density screen printing technique is basically the same as regular manual screen printing. However, in the high-density screen printing technique, the screens used have different thickness levels.
The screen used is thicker to produce an embossed effect. The screen printing process is repeated until it reaches the desired thickness.
But what is high density printing? High-density screen printing is a type of screen printing technique that makes screen printing more visible and embossed. So that the image will look like 3D on cloth, it’s no wonder that HDC screen printing is getting more and more popular.
In the process, HDC is similar to the plastisol screen printing technique but with the addition of some special paints that make it appear and produce a smooth and shiny screen printing surface.
HDC screen printing can be applied to t-shirts, polo shirts, shirts, bags, hats and even shoes. This screen printing also has advantages and disadvantages, so it can be taken into consideration by those of you who want to screen print clothes.
What is High Density Printing and Its Advantages