Screen Printing is a time-tested stenciling technique used to apply images to a wide variety of substrates. A hand cut or photo generated stencil is superimposed on a polyester mesh that is stretched tightly over and fastened to a light weight metal or wooden frame. Once the frame is secure in the press, the ink is then pushed or pulled through the screen fabric using a rubber like squeegee. Hence the term Screen Printing. This process can be generated using manual or automated equipment.