Screen printing

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This procedure is widely used in various fields to decorate surfaces, even curved ones, with designs, writing, etc using inks, glazes and paint for artistic or practical purposes. Using appropriate photographic reproduction techniques, a screen, known as silk screen, is produced which carries the design which will be reproduced on the glass sheet. The operation finishes with baking in a kiln, usually associated with tempering, which vitrifies the glaze.