We specialize in custom screen printing, and offer a variety of services to handle all of your apparel needs. If your searching for a specific need but don’t see it here, Contact Us with your request and we’ll let you know if we can help.
The most common method in the industry, this technique creates an opaque print that sits on top of the fabric. This is the ideal print for almost every garment type where accurate repeatability over multiple prints is crucial.
CMYK / Process
This technique uses only Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black halftones to create a full-color image. This method is great for photo-like designs and colorful gradients, and works best on white or very light-colored apparel.
The halftone technique converts gradients and shading into small dots of different sizes and spacing. Traditionally used with white or black ink, this method could also be used in multi-tonal designs to reduce the total number of overall colors.
DTG printing uses water-based ink jet technology to spray full-color prints. Since this is a digital process, the image is sharper with more detail than screen prints, but the method is less versatile. This method works best on 100% natural fibers.
Tonal printing uses water-based ink to achieve a hue slightly lighter or slightly darker than the garment color. This technique creates a subtle, soft print and is ideal for creating a vintage or aged look and feel to the garment.
Metallics are plastisol-based inks that contain metallic particulate that give a shimmer and sparkle to a print. Typically seen in gold and silver, we carry multiple metallic colors. This ink works best on large, thick artwork with no details.
Also called neon inks, these are brightly colored plastisol-based inks that add an intensity and vividness to a design. Although the colors are limited to red, pink, purple, green, and blue, these are a great choice for a throwback or impactful design.
Inside Tag Prints
Printed underneath where the manufacturer’s tag would sit, this print includes a brand logo listed with all the relevent garment information. Inside tags are a great way to add value to each shirt, and a great way to establish your brand.
FINISHING / OTHER SERVICES
Embroidery uses thread and needle to stitch a design within or to be applied on top of fabric. This technique creates a unique depth and dimension to a design. Embroidery is best for thick, heavy-lined artwork.
This service includes the folding, sealing, and size-marking of individual pieces. Individually polybagging shirts are a great way to create a more professional impression, and gives a level of protection to shirts.
A wholly customizable way to brand your apparel, garment hang tags catch the attention of shoppers and leave a memorable impression on customers. Although we don’t print hang tags, we will attach them for you.