Screen Printing is a process that dates back to 1910 in which the Chinese used photosensitive chemicals mixed with a glue-like or gelatin substance to block part of a stretched silk mesh as a sort of stencil. Ink is then pushed through the open parts of that mesh to print on to a medium such as fabric or paper. Although the science and materials have come a long way in the last 100+ years, the overall process is very similar. Your image is color separated and then printed onto a transparency film to create a stencil for each color. Each color is then printed over one another to recreate your original image.
Sometimes embroidery isn’t going to give you the type of look you’re going for on a hat and screen-printing might be a better option. We can screen print your design on a variety of different hat options but have found that foam-front trucker hats are usually the best option.
Much like T-Shirts, sweatshirts come in various styles, fabrics and colors but can be limiting as to what we can print and where at times due to seams,pockets and zippers.
Tote bags are a great, fairly inexpensive way to get your logo or branding on a promotional product that has some real use. They come in all sorts of colors, materials and sizes and can be screen-printed on one or both sides.
The most common item we screen print because it is one of the most versatile. There are endless types, styles and colors of shirts paired with various types of inks and printing techniques that allow you to create a design that is your own.
All over prints are rudimentary ways of getting a custom pattern printed on a run of t-shirts or other garments. This is not always suggested as printing over seams and folds usually provides less-than-optimal results but we do our best to make sure we make them look as good as possible.
Large sometimes isn’t large enough so you have to go JUMBO. With a 20 x 30” max size, you can cover the entire front of even some of the largest t-shirts.