screen process


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screen process

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a method of printing using a fine mesh of silk, nylon, etc, treated with an impermeable coating except in the areas through which ink is subsequently forced onto the paper behind. Also called: silkscreen printing
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Despite predictions that screen printing will be superseded by inkjet, however, the screen process still offers benefits that are not achievable with any other type of printing technique.
glitter and luminous finishes), there is no inkjet alternative to the screen process.
The Collector has proven to be much quicker, more comfortable for the woman, and delivers a more thorough cell collection which produces greater sensitivity and specificity for the cervical screen process.