Game Time-Challenge Your Screen Printing Knowledge

August 11, 2016 at 9:29 am 1 comment

Week 4 quiz

Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s quiz. Unfortunately, nobody got the answer correctly. Therefore we will be adding a seventh quiz to make up for week three. Last week’s correct answer was “World War 1.” It was not until the First World War that screen printing took off in America.  The process was used for printing flags and banners.  The use of photographic stencils at this time made the process more versatile and encouraged wide-spread use.  The actual use of silk for screens was discontinued in the mid-1940s during the Second World War because of its use in the war effort.

Be sure to enter this week’s quiz for your chance to win! Click Here for the link to Quiz 4!

International Coatings manufactures a complete line of phthalate-compliant screen printing inks, including a wide variety of whites, specialty inks, special effects inks, color matching systems, additives and reducers. For more information on our products, please visit our website at www.iccink.com.

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