It is said that modern printing began with the invention of the movable type printing press in the 15th century. By arranging letters and characters using metal type, quick and consistent reproduction was possible.
Over time, the scope of printing has expanded from text to shape depiction, and efficient printing technologies have been developed to meet fast printing speeds, accurate representation, and stable repeatability.
Screen printing is a printing technology that can satisfy precision, versatility, and economical efficiency.
Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh fixed on a frame made of wood or aluminum is used to transfer ink (or dye) onto a substrate to be printing.
Since only one color is printed at a time, plural screens are required to print images or designs in multiple colors.
Screen printing is used to print not only on garment but also on many other products such as clock and watch faces, balloons, decals.
It is, in term of material, also used for printing on various materials including paper, fabric, rubber, metal, plastic, wood, and glass.
Screen printing is best for high quantity, high durability, and low number-of-color runs.
Screen printing, the most versatile of the printing processes, has advanced to the point where it can print multilayer circuits on PCBs.
Since its founding in 1989, DYSS has designed and manufactured screen printers that satisfy customers as a result of its efforts in the field of printing and cutting solutions with the will toward the future to create a beautiful world and new practical value.
DYSS will identify customers' potential needs one step ahead and provide the best printers and services that exceed customer expectations.