PDF outlines basics of enclosure silk screening
Silk screening is the process Protocase utilises to provide labelling for connectors, switches, ports and other components, as well as company logos, graphics or text.
Silk screening, also known as screen printing or serigraphy, is a printing technique that involves passing ink through a porous fabric, thus creating a sharp-edged single-colour image created from a stencil.
Multiple colour images are realised by incorporating multiple stencils, one graphic and screen for each colour.
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