Screen Printing

Need Screen Printing in Markham, Richmond Hill or Toronto?

At Gibson Printing, our versatility allows us to produce high quality screen print on a variety of materials and surfaces such as paper, plastic, metal, wood, textiles and glass. We craft sophisticated custom screens and use premium specialized inks to transfer even your most complex designs on your products. Our custom screen printing services include:

  • Large scale volume
  • Limited edition run
  • Packaging
  • Signage
  • Marketing materials

We ensure that screen printing the best solution and that your brand and design look brilliant. You can customize your sign and packaging designs in any shape, colour and size using screen printing. Be assured your brand will shine bright and be noticed in any exposure or setting.

Wondering how screen printing works?

Screen printing, also known as serigraphy or silk printing, is an ‘ancestral’ printing method. It also is simpler than you may think. Screen printing uses a foolproof, reliable and effective technique resulting in rich and glossy saturated tones for a vibrant, high-contrast, and long-lasting artwork with a great finish. It uses a stencil, which is commonly referred to as a screen or a mesh to transfer ink onto a surface.

What is commercial screen printing?

Screen printing products allows for flexibility to print on even the most challenging surfaces such as dark colours, curves or fabrics. It can also handle big volume orders without flinching. On a t-shirt, a poster, a water bottle or any object you like, make your display pop and look flawless.

What is the difference between screen printing and digital printing?

Digital printing uses a computer rather than a stencil to print. Digital is a great option for highly detailed artwork, pale colours and small orders. Due to the individual colour treatment, the vibrancy of screen printing is hard to reproduce digitally. Screen printing makes everything clear!

What is the CMYK colour process?

Screen printing applies each colour one at the time. A new screen is created for every layer until they are combined to achieve the final result. The artwork is separated into four colours (CMYK, a cost-friendly, efficient process to recreate a wide range of hues. In comparison to other direct-to-garment (DTG) techniques, screen printing uses thicker layers of ink which offer more striking result and allows more possibilities for your design.

Ask us if Screen Printing is the best solution for your next project.