About Screen Printing..
Plastic Sol Print
Plastisol printing is the traditional style of screen printing. This ink creates a design that sits on top of the fabric for a traditional look and feels. These inks can be used on any garment or fabric and work best in small print areas. Plastisol screen printing inks are typically used on all blended tees in place of our Standard inks.
Rubber is special ink that has a bit matte handfeel and shiny. Ink is mixed by waterbase ink and paste.
CMYK is a screen printing process used to turn photographic imagery into hand-printed artwork. The process involves creating four digital stencils, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key Black that are then layered over the top of one another to create a wide range of colors true to the image.
Burn out printing, often termed as devoré, is a fabric technique where textiles and garments of mixed-fibre compositions undergo a chemical process to dissolve any cellulosic fibres, leaving behind only the synthetic fibres such as polyester.
Sublimation printing is a popular method of printing which aims at transferring a design from sublimation paper onto a piece of fabric or material by using pressure and heat (between 350 – 400 degrees).
Metallic Glitter Print
Primitively, glitter printing is a type of a transfer printing process. Glitter print makes use of the glittering granules called the glitter powder that after print are easily visible on the fabric.
Printing glue on fabric. Foil lies down on an exact position over the glue after heat pressing process. It gives foil’s vivid colors, patterns, finishes, and textures.
By using a motif panel, stone can be implemented with high temperature press. It comes with many different material.
Single Jersey Applique
Tech Twill Applique
Water-based printing features inks that are soft, breathable and able to soak into the fabric of the garment, rather than sitting on top. When water based printing is done correctly, they result in crisp, bright prints that you can't feel to the touch!
Pad printing silicone ink is completed like any other pad printing job. The operator will mix the ink with a specific percentage of hardener and solvent. They will then fill the ink cup with the ink mixture. ... If your artwork requires two colors, you will have to cure your product after each color is printed.
High Density Print
With several printing on the print, this results in an opaque, durable, three-dimensional print that adds texture & depth to your graphic.
Having an antique feeling on printed ink film. It gives a similar effect as scratching on the print.
Fluorescent inks are printing inks that both emit and reflect light. Generally, these inks are brighter and more opaque than traditional inks. Using one or more fluorescent inks can actually brighten a printed image – especially four-color process printing on uncoated stock.
The process of applying very short, dyed fibers of rayon, cotton, wool, or other natural or synthetic material to an adhesive-coated surface with a high frequency to impart a velvet- or velour-
Using Caviar (tiny beads look like Caviar) with glue. Giving beads effects on printed ink film.