Screen printing generally uses the CMYK color model. This stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, which are the four colors that can be used to create a full range of colors.
Screen printing is a process that uses a mesh screen to transfer ink onto a substrate, such as paper, fabric, or plastic. Screen printing is also a type of printing process. A squeegee is moved across the screen to force the ink through the tiny openings in the mesh in the screen onto the substrate.
The most common types of screen printing are CMYK, which uses cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink, and spot color, which uses only one color.
Screen printing is most often used for printing designs on textiles, such as T-shirts, as well as on cardboard, paper, plastic, and other materials.
Screen printing is a versatile printing process that can be used for a wide range of applications.