In this study, the surface adhesion of the ink on composite materials was examined. For this purpose, composite materials were produced by
adding polypropylene, thus polyethylene thermoplastic matrices were reinforced with sisal fibres. After the production of composites, the screenprinting
process using water-based ink was applied to composite surfaces to investigate printing performance. As a result of these applications, the
printability of the PE was found to be better than the PP. Also, the ink was adhered to the surface by forming a bond with the composite surface at
polyethylene materials, but meanwhile not being able to hold onto the polypropylene composite surface.