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Screen Printing

Screen Printing

Screen Printing

Whether you want 6 shirts or 6,000 our screen-printing department is here to provide you with the highest quality prints at the lowest possible price. If you only want 1 color ink, we can do that, if you want 8 colors, we can do that too! We offer a variety of printing techniques, but you don’t have to worry about all that just send us your art and our designers and printers will do the rest. Check out our printed examples below!

Spot Color and Spot Color with Halftones

 

Simulated Process Examples

 

How Simulated Process and 4-Color Process Work

Simulated process printing is used when we are reproducing a photographic or a full color image on colored shirts. Using the same opaque ink as our spot color separations, simulated process printing uses halftones, which are tiny dots of various sizes, to give the effect of continuous color shading. Typically a full color image will use 7 to 8 colors.

4-Color Process printing is a printing technique that only uses 4 colors, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. This process also uses halftones to create a continuous color image, but the ink used in this technique is different then our spot color ink. 4-Color Process ink is translucent which allows the colors to mix on the shirt and create all of the different color values we are trying to achieve. 4-Color Process printing only works well on white shirts, so we tend to print more Simulated Process prints, that way you have much more flexibility in ordering different shirt colors.

Simulated Process

 

4-Color Process

 

What are Halftones?

Halftones are a gradation of tiny dots that create different color values for each color separation. When printed on top of one another the colors combine to create a continuous color image. Halftones are used in our 4 Color Process and Simulated Process prints.