Screen Printing

Screen printing dates back to (960-1279 AD). All art is created in a vector format. A film positive is produced, which is used to make the stencil for the screen. Once the design is imposed on the screen of "silk", fine mesh, ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface.

Some companies use water base inks, I have always preferred platisol inks. They cure at 320 degrees and they have an incredible durability. Many customers will say that the print will out last the garment.

The inks can be formulated to match your pms color. They come in high opacity for printing on darks, specialty inks are available such as sparkle, glitter, glow in the dark, etc.


Items Screen Printed