Screen-printing AKA Silkscreen is the most common printing technique in the customization of textiles. Its achieved through the use of various inks being pushed through a mesh and onto a substrate, while stencils dictate where the ink deposits.
Summarizing the process, a blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh with ink, while a second, reversed stroke causes the screen to touch the garment momentarily. Allowing the ink to transfer onto the material.
The bread and butter of the screen-printing will fall upon the various types of inks that are available in the process. Offering a multitude of unique options including metallic, glitter, reflective, glow in the dark, and fluorescent inks this process isn't limited to creative solutions.
- Gives you supreme quality
- Can print in multiple colors
- Great for the mass production
- Soft finish
- Lots of options for specialty prints
- Not a viable option for small quantities
- Printing one-offs are time-consuming and expensive with this method
Including thousands of wearable options with everything: from Tshirts to headwear, to backpacks. The eCatalog is a great way to get an idea of which type and style of a garment are ideal for your project at hand.
All of which have the ability to be personalized and decorated in a variety of ways through our in-house applications.