Screenprinting is a stencil technique in which the printer uses a rubber-bladed squeegee to force ink
through the mesh of a screen; only the open areas of the mesh allow the ink to pass through. The squeegee
process is repeated for each color on each card, with time allowed between each pass for the cards to dry.
We might be able to make cards faster with automated printing machines, but at Great Arrow, patience isn't
just a virtue - it's also a value.