Printing is a process for mass reproducing text and images using a master form or template. The earliest non-paper products involving printing include cylinder seals and objects such as the Cyrus Cylinder and the Cylinders of Nabonidus. One of the key advantages of printing out material is that it is convenient. If you need to mark it up or make notes on it, it is easy to do. They are also easily replaced, so losing them or getting them wet isn't a major concern. Printing materials required to print include paper and toner cartridges. Browse through this category for a variety of printing materials available in Zambian stores.
Basic materials used in screen printing, other tools of the screen printing trade.
Types of Printmaking
Intaglio Printmaking. An intaglio print is one where the image is printed from a recessed design incised or etched into the surface of a plate.
Serigraphy (Screen Printing)
The new process can print wood with a grain that mimics any type of tree, from ash to mahogany. The technology uses two byproducts from the wood industry. “A tree is made of lignin and cellulose,"
Screen printing fabric involves using a photographic process to transfer your design onto a silk screen. Each colour used within the design requires its own screen. Your artwork is copied onto transparent film and then transferred photographically onto a silk screen that is coated with photographic emulsion.
Types of Screen Printing
There are three main printing processes: relief, intaglio, and planography, which includes lithography and screenprinting. Each process has a unique mark or characteristic because of the way the matrix is created.
Heat transfer, also known as thermal printing, thermal-transfer printing and thermal-wax transfer, is a method of printing that allows you to print a design onto a piece of clothing or an object. Heat transfer printing uses the process of heat to transfer an image created in wax to an object or garment
Print material – consists of all written material, excluding non-print resources, which convey planned course information. Examples of print resources include, but are not limited to: textbooks, workbooks, reference books, newspapers, journals and magazines.