We also do screen printing with a minimum of 20 units per design. We recommend that you choose digital printing for smaller orders. The process takes a longer time, so expect your orders to be ready in 2 to 3 weeks. You can talk to our sales team if you have rush orders so we can try to work around your given deadline.
Screen printing is considered a classic in the industry, which dates around 1907. It works by cutting out your design from the screen so that the ink will be absorbed by the exposed garment from the screen.
You can have a mix and match of garments per design, but you cannot mix orders for shirts with bags because we use a different board for bags.
You have the option to choose between two types of inks for your orders. We recommend a water-based ink for a softer finish, but it comes with more restrictions on what you can print. Plastisol inks are more versatile, and they also last longer.
The prints in your garment will last for as long as you care for them properly. It is best to manually wash the shirt and hang it to dry instead of putting it in the dryer.
Screen printing is recommended for larger orders. This is more cost-effective and produces more durable prints. It can print on synthetic garments and use metallic and brighter inks.
The process starts by setting up your screen, after which the colors are added one at a time. Each layer of the ink is “flash cured” before the next layer of ink is added. After all the colors have been printed, the garments will be placed in the tunnel dryer to ensure that the print will last for a long time.