Print ‘screen’ is a stencil in which ink passes through certain areas to the surface below, but not others. Screen printing is typically used for larger volumes of textiles, such as T-shirts. Inks are mixed to match Pantone™ colours. It is possible to screen print full-colour images onto textiles, but the set-up costs tend to make this viable for larger print runs only. Screen printing onto dark or bright coloured fabrics entails printing a white base down first, then ‘flash’ curing it (drying it) quickly, then printing the design on top. Screen printing can also be incorporated on plastic and metal surfaces however, there are limitations on number of colours used.