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Thus, the image was kept together in all its parts, and the presence of thin hair became imperceptible when the cotton swab soaked in pigment, nestled on the decorated fabrics. In Europe, the Middle Ages observed distribution of this printing method, more developed in the late sixteenth century. Extension of the method occurred mainly in Great Britain and France, where about in 1750 Jeanne began releasing Papillon wallpaper method named P ochoi r.V the eighteenth century, this art is distributed in almost all countries around the world and especially in America, where by this method, decorated furniture, walls, fabric and metal products. A big step forward came in 1907 when a Simon of Manchester, has patented the process of screen printing over silk fabric rubber squeegee, a called silk screen printing (English = printing silk). From this and takes its name screenprint. Silk screen printing technology – a system of technologies that allow to apply paint or a paste of considerable thickness on the set substrates of different nature and theoretically unlimited size. Screen printing – it's not one technology but a set of several of the technologies: technologies tension forming frames, select the most suitable technology sieve tissue emulsification of printed forms, the use of many printing options, choose colors, special drying method and plenty of screen printing drugogo.V impression is produced by pushing ink through selectively mesh printed form (the figure increased 100 times) to paper or other materials. Screen printing machines have been used for printing posters, the cover, highly reproductions, embossed images with a thickness of paint layer 15-100 microns. .