- story by MaterialDistrict
The world of inks includes more than colour inks alone. The strips on the sides matchboxes used to generate a spark are in fact made of ink. Then there are of course a huge variety of glow in the dark inks, thermochromic, photochromic, scratch and sniff and many other types of interactive inks that can be applied to surfaces via screen printing techniques.
Helder Screen Printing specializes in special print applications of all types of inks, ranging from offset printed work to heat-sensitive to spot varnish to scratch and sniff and beyond.
Customers can also ask for the printing of various materials that can not be printed in a typical way (i.e. screen printing). Some of these printed material surfaces include plastic, metal wood and more.
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