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Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh areas with ink, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact. One color is printed at a time, so several screens may be used for multiple colors. This is charged per color. We can add puff, glitter, glow, reflective, foil or other textures. Most inks are plastisol, but there are also discharge ink, water-based ink.
Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric using a needle to apply thread. Embroidery is usually seen on caps, hats, coats, blankets, dress shirts, denim, dresses, stockings, and golf shirts. We can embroider up to 15 thread colors at a time, in most cases. Embroidery is charged per stitch.
Simulated 4 Color Process
This is the print style that you will want to use when you have a full color design. With Simulated Process Screen Printing, we print with four screens to make all colors. The screens are CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black). These four colors mix to make all colors.
Die Cut Vinyl
One color vinyl may be die cut to any shape. The vinyl is then heat applied to your garment to add a different texture. This process may be stand alone or combined with screen printing or embroidery to contrasted textures. We can add glow, reflective, foil or other textures.
SimStitch is twill that has been laser etched to give the look of stitches, but no sewing is required. The twill is then heat applied to the garment to provide the appearance of embroidery.
Full Color Vinyl
This is a print style in which digitally printed graphics are first printed on a sheet of vinyl. It is then heat applied to the garment to privide full color graphics. This process is best for smaller quantities. For quantities above 72, consider simulated four color process screen printing.
Custom All-Over Print
This process uses full color sublimation to print your shirt from edge to edge. We use a polyester material to create your design from scratch.
Custom branded labels and tags add a touch of class. Customize your apparel with labels and hand tags for a completely custom look to retail application.
Full Color Transfers
This is a print style in which digitally printed graphics are first printed on a sheet. It is then heat applied to the garment to privide full color graphics. This process is best for smaller quantities. For quantities above 72, consider simulated four color process screen printing.
A unique, cutting-edge look and feel with these versatile premium embossed patches. They’re great for everything from promotional and recognition hard goods to corporate wear and sports jerseys.
This process is known as textured glitter heat transfer vinyl used to produce vibrant designs. This unique, bling material is perfect for creating stand-out looks for fan and spirit wear, cheer uniforms, fashion garments, and more. We can add glow, reflective, foil or other textures.
This is a computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto the apparel for full color graphics. In most cases, we would use full color process screen printing.
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Screen Printing with Puff Ink
Puff ink is a screen printing ink additive that once heat is applied to the ink, it ‘puffs up’ or rises from the t shirt like a freshly baked loaf of bread.
Screen Printing with Glitter Ink
Glitter ink adds decorative value to an otherwise basic design. Glitter glamorizes your products and makes them stand out.
Custom Pocket Tshirts
Don’t limit your design to 2″ x 2″ pocket imprints. Print a pocket with full bleed edge-to-edge.
Custom Hoodie Liners and Drawstrings
Up your game with totally custom hoodies made to order. Add a custom hoodie liner, printed drawstring, sleeve imprint and more.