Screen Printing

Screen printing is probably what you think of when you think about t-shirt printing. It’s the traditional t-shirt printing method in which each colour in a design is separated out and burned to individual fine-mesh screens. Ink is then transferred to the shirt through the screen. Teams, organizations, and businesses usually opt for screen printing because it’s extremely cost-effective for printing large custom apparel orders.

The first thing we do is separate out the colours in your logo or design using graphic software. A mesh stencil (screen) is then created for each colour in the design (keep that in mind when ordering screen prints because each colour adds to the cost). To create the stencil, we begin by coating the fine mesh screen with an emulsion. Once dried, we “burn” the artwork into the screen by exposing it to a bright light. We now have a screen for each colour in the design which are then used as stencils for printing onto the product.

We have a 25 garment minimum on all Screenprinting orders.

Advantages: Vibrant Colours, No size constraint, Cost-Effective for Large Quantities, Perfect for Hi-Vis garments, Best for Simple 1-2 Colour Logos & Graphics.

Disadvantages: Limited Colour Choices, Gradients are not replicated, Fine details are not replicated.

Washability: Very Long-Lasting.

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  • Vibrant Colours
  • Large graphic size
  • Cost-effective for larger quantities
  • Perfect for Hi-Vis Garments