serigraphic

serigraphic

(ˈsɛrɪˌɡræfɪk)
adj
of or pertaining to serigraphy
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5 g), a thermoplastic serigraphic ink neutrally charged and formulated from a polyvinylchloride (PVC) based polymeric suspension obtained via emulsion polymerization in water, on a mechanic stirring (150 rpm) at room temperature for 1 h.
Examples of topics include electromagnetic wave absorbing coatings; serigraphic inks and their use in heavy metal sensors and biosensors; low energy coating surfaces using hollow sub-micron latex particles; use of carbon nanotubes to strengthen self-polishing antifouling paints; and the effect of wetting and surface energy on the friction of coated surfaces.
This scenario was never true for those who performed lithographic or serigraphic printing.
Hussain's ( below) serigraphic print and Paresh Maity's ' Bappu ji' ( left), a colourful tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, are a part of the fundraising exhibition.
The patterning process consists of a serigraphic printing cylinder, which rolls over the surface of the nonwoven during its production and has an injector applying very fine water jets.
Guevara became a representational character through this process of translating iconic pictures of him into serigraphic poster images of him as a revolutionary because his visage became a site for negotiating the dynamic and complex ideologies of the Revolution.
Von Billow's special style comes from printing serigraphic patterns on clean porcelain shapes such as bowls or dishes.
Pad Printing (and its new system with sealed ink cups and microprocessor controllers), Serigraphic Printing (that requires the development of the UV curing of inks on difficult substrates such as polyolefins, acetals and other thermoplastic resins), and Offset Printing (which permits double face printing).
Very low tension leading of the substrate through the machine, with fabric touching only the synchronous running screen surface during the serigraphic coating process.
In each of the three primary printmaking areas: intaglio, planographic and serigraphic (silk-screening) photo processes were to become almost common place in some circles.
The forms are paper thin and the porcelain a stark white which is a strong contrast to the black serigraphic design.
GPV Danprint, part of GPV Industri's Mechanics division, is mainly active within serigraphic printing and has 70 employees.