Silk screen printing is a printing technique for creating an image using a frame with a grid stretched over it. It has its roots in the simple stencils used in the Japanese style to decorate fabrics. Silk screen has been applied to a number of commercial works. The main feature of silk-screen printing is that it can print a series of materials (paper, plastic, metal, wood, fabric etc) using a suitable color, but also a series of smooth or non-smooth surfaces, since no pressure is required for printing or some other limiting factor. Today there are a range of automatic and manual machines that can carry out a series of low cost and high speed printing.