Screen Printing

About - 

Traditional screen printing, is essentially the process of applying ink through a stencil. 
The 'screens' are a fine-mesh that’s coated in light-sensitive emulsion. The design is split into colours, with each colour printed onto transparent film and exposed onto a separate screen. Exposing the screen makes a stencil of the design, only allowing ink to pass through the exposed design. 
A screen is then placed into our press then the ink is pressed through the mesh, forming the print. This process is repeated for each additional colour. Then the shirt is put through a dryer to cure the ink. 

Screen printing has the benefit of excellent durability often lasting the life of the garment. It also gives the ability to print bulk orders in a cost effective way. 

Artwork and PMS Colours - 

Screen printing requires vector artwork in the format of (PDF, AI or EPS). This allows us to easily scale and separate your artwork avoiding artwork redraw fees.

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