Our Standard Screen Printing size is larger than most at 15″ width by 17″ height. To ensure accuracy and efficiency, we use automatic machines which can print bulk quantities per hour. Standard Screen Printing is the most commonly ordered of our print methods.
For the best quality in both look and feel, we only use premium water based and discharge inks for the Screen Printing process. We feel that we should not charge more for the best quality work.
|MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY:||72|
|MAX INK COLORS:||7 & Simulated Process Screen Printing|
|DISCOUNT PRICE BREAKS:||72, 120, 240, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000 + qualifies for wholesale pricing|
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BENEFITS of Screen Printing: Cost effective pricing on higher quantities, better prices on bulk print orders, competitive pricing, ability to use custom inks such as Metallic, Glitter, and Shimmer, Prints vibrant colors, Premium water based and discharge inks are used, Print will last the life of the garment if taken proper care of.
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Artwork must be sent in True Vector Format to be deemed Print Ready. We only accept true Vector (.eps) Files. Artwork that has text must be converted to outline. If the Customer does not provide Print Ready Artwork, their quote request will be rejected.
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We also offer the service of matching pantone colors if you prefer a custom color.
When it’s necessary: This process is for customers that have artwork with over seven ink colors or a full color picture.
This print method can save you money if you have a compatible design & want to try something new. Understanding this process is key if you plan to use it with your Custom T-shirt Order.
What is Simulated Process Screen Printing?
In simple terms, it is a method of printing photorealistic images without using the standard CMYK separations. It is a more advanced technique that uses halftones of a few ink colors to represent the colors in the original design. We like to say the image looks like “ full color process” (CMYK), but it isn’t. This process differs from Four Color Process (CMYK) in that the inks are solid opaque colors usually printed on dark colored shirts. Because the shirts colors are normally dark, simulated process generally requires the use of a white base. We use Simulated Process because it works best on darker garments such as black or brown. We are able to achieve this while still using soft-hand (water-based) inks which makes the final product more professional in both look and feel. Learn more about the Simulated Process for Screen Printing.