It began as an industrial technology, and was adopted by American graphic artists in the early 1900s.
It is currently popular both in fine arts and in commercial printing, where it is commonly used to print images on T-shirts, hats, CDs, DVDs, ceramics, glass, polyethylene, polypropylene, paper, metals, and wood.
The Printer's National Environmental Assistance Center says "Screen printing is arguably the most versatile of all printing processes.
CPCC has five screen presses both manual and automatic and specialized equipment to instruct and train in Screen Printing. Students make textile and non textile designs on a variety of substrate.
We offer many curriculum classes as well as Industry Training in Screen Printing.
Contact one of our helpful staff members for more information.