Screen printing is the process of printing designs onto various materials using a mesh screen stencil, a squeegee, and ink. Screen printing is commonly used to create t-shirts, posters, and other custom items with high-quality and long-lasting designs. The stencil is created by blocking out the areas where ink is not intended to pass through, leaving the remaining areas of the stencil open to allow ink to pass through and create the desired design. A garment is loaded onto a pallet, providing a flat printing surface, then the screen is lowered to the garment. The ink is then applied onto the surface of the garment by pressing it through the mesh screen using a squeegee, and then the garment with the newly printed design on it is cured to make it permanent.
An alternative ink known for its soft feel and ability to produce intricate designs with a more natural look.
A specialized ink type that removes or "discharges" the dye from the fabric, resulting in a soft, muted design with a vintage look.
A print method that utilizes the benefits of discharge underbase with the vibrancy of plastisol top colors.
Our oversized screen printing services can accommodate designs up to 17" wide by 21" tall.