Screen printing is the most cost-effective and widely used glass printing process, and it is well-befitting for a wide range of utilizations, being utilized in different glass bottle designs. It mainly uses two types of inks: enamel inks and UV-cured inks, both of which have a high level of opacity. Enamel inks have a smaller colour palette than UV-cured inks. Because each colour has its screen, the procedure might take a long time if the design contains multiple colours.
The graphic elements are usually printed on the backside of the glass, which is then sealed with a touchscreen or monitor. The ink is virtually never subjected to atmospheric conditions and degradation, except for the margins of the glass. If the ink is not properly designed for printing on glass, however, it might soon lose adherence and start to peel off.
Glass screen printing will progress to grow and increase its appeal in the field of glass decorating. Aside from its adaptability for diverse glass substrates, another significant factor is that screen printing can accommodate glass substrates of varied sizes and weights.
Furthermore, screen printing has cemented its leadership position in the growth of the whole glass printing sector due to its total supremacy in ultra-large size image printing. The need for large-format flat glass printing has increased dramatically in current years. That is why if you work with an experienced glass bottle factory, you are assured of quality and optimum meet on the requirements.