About Lawson Screen & Digital Products, Inc.
Lawson Screen & Digital Products was founded in 1949 in St. Louis, Missouri. Lawson is the oldest U.S. manufacturer of screen printing equipment. Founded by Gene Landesman with his "Powered Squeegee," an automated flat-bed graphic/screen printing press to print decals and labels. Lawson remains a family-owned and operated company. What began as a small company in the basement of his parent's basement grew into a nationally respected company.
Over the years, we have grown to become the Lawson Screen & Digital Products but have never lost our pioneering spirit. Lawson is committed to helping the imaging community print better, work smarter and learn more. Lawson provides automatic and manual screen printing presses, conveyor oven dryers, computer-to-screen (CTS) units, exposure units, pre and post-press screen cleaning and reclaiming equipment, DTG printers and pre-treat sprayers, and more. Lawson also sells screen printing chemicals, supplies and plastisol inks.