COMMON SCREEN PRINTING METHODS

Screen printing offers many common printing options as well as a variety of special effects. Every design is unique and we are happy to advise you on choosing the most appropriate printing technology.

PREMIUM PLASTISOL SCREEN PRINTING

Plastisol screen printing is one of the most reliable screen printing methods. The process consists of ink sitting right on the top of the surface of the fabric. It provides a unique finish allowing various types of design modifications according to the needs.

WATER BASED SCREEN PRINTING

Water based screen printing is a diverse printing solution used for different types of fabrics. The process includes the soaking of the ink into the fibers allowing the dye of various kinds to produce different breathtaking designs.

WATER BASED DISCHARGE SCREEN PRINTING

Water based discharged screen printing involves an additive similar to bleach that reacts with the fabric during the heating process. The final result provides aesthetic graphical prints on the surface of the fabric.

HYBRID SCREEN PRINTING

Hybrid screen printing involves a combination of water-based discharged inks along with Plastisol inks within the same design. Firstly, ink is applied to eliminate the color from the apparel, and later the required designs are made with different Plastisol inks.

METALLIC SCREEN PRINTING

Metallic screen printing can be defined as a diverse printing application that involves micro flakes of metal incorporated with Plastisol inks. Metallic inks are applied as an accent to each design because the metallic flake additive makes for a thicker hand and is a bit stiffer than the regular plastisol inks.

GLOW IN THE DARK SCREEN PRINTING

Specialized plastisol inks are used to develop unique glow-in-the-dark designs on different products. Different shades of greenish colors are used in this process.

PUFF SCREEN PRINTING

Puff is a plastisol ink that has a puff additive which makes the ink rise up on the shirt with a foamy, puffy feel when heat cured. This is a fantastic way to produce an eye-catching 3D texture, it is recommended to be used as an accent to a t-shirt design.

FOILS SCREEN PRINTING

Foils are a cool fabric decorating method growing in popularity. The appeal of foil is that it is highly reflective which can really make your designs pop! Foil should be used creatively but also conservatively considering how much they bling.

ATHLETIC SCREEN PRINTING

The process of imprinting synthetic or athletic fabrics with plastisol inks. This type of printing is best for fabrics like Lycra, Nylon, Polyester and Spandex; we use our specific formulas which produce imprints that endure the high elasticity.