Screen Printing - December2015/January 2016 - (Page 2)
ThE SwOT aNalySiS EdiTiON
Volume 106 / Number 6
CO NT E N T S
The Tremendous Promise of Industrial applications Mike Young & Wim Zoomer
Screen printing's versatility is solving imaging challenges in countless industrial settings, including some of the most
exciting emerging technologies. Among them are the burgeoning fields of printed and flexible electronics.
king of Textiles Charlie Taublieb
Advancements in inks and stencils - plus increasingly accessible automatic systems - are just a few of the many
factors keeping screen printing ahead in the garment game.
The Limitations of screen Printing in the Graphic arts Tamas Frecska
A number of processes are growing steadily faster, cheaper, and/or more versatile than screen printing. Is it time to wave
the white flag in the commercial and retail markets?
why web-to-Print software Matters for all Printing Businesses Eileen Fritsch
Understand why having a solid virtual presence could streamline your workflow, reinvent your marketing, and (perhaps)
make your existing stable of printing technologies irrelevant.
O P P OR T UNIT I e s
what If screen Didn't exist? Andy MacDougall
Naysayers must be limited in their imagination, because the list of screen printing's abilities is long, and anyone with a vision
can capture its potential.
Passion and Process Kiersten Wones
The maker movement was born of a demand to meet the person behind the product, and screen printers new and old are
in a perfect position to take advantage of this trend.
T H R e a Ts
Progress: a Moving Target Mark Coudray
Digital technology (printing and otherwise) is ever-evolving, and its movers are quick to adapt. What does the screen-printing
industry need to do in order to keep up?
a Logical success Sophie Matthews-Paul
Tile decoration has become the exception to screen printing's dominance in nearly every industrial market almost overnight.
How did the change occur, and will it happen again?
About the Cover Explore the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the process of screen printing as we move forward into 2016.
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