Screen Printing

Screen printing is a stencil art technique used to apply ink onto a surface, e.g., shirt, sweatshirt, jacket, uniform.

The process involves artwork which is first printed in black ink. Then the image is exposed into a screen, set up, printed one color at a time, and cured. The ink is forced into the fibers where it is absorbed and integrated into the fabric creating durable graphics that will not wash away.

With screen printing, a single image can be scaled up or down as needed - enabling a logo or graphic to be scaled to cover a pocket or the entire front of a shirt. This saves you money and time otherwise taken to create multiple designs for different formats giving businesses, teams, etc, the opportunity to have a range of branded products.

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