We turn out the highest quality products in the industry, and the reason is simple: we have control of our products from start to finish. We don’t just design our products in-house—we print them here, too. The majority of ALL merchandise companies sub-contract screen printing services. We’re not one of those companies. We have a 30K shirt-per-day capacity here. Why is that an advantage? Screen printing is a true-blue art form, and a company that subcontracts that service has NO CONTROL over the finished products they’re delivering. Our world-class art team works directly with our master screen-printers to ensure that your art is displayed correctly on your merchandise—no exceptions.
What kind of screen-printing services do we provide?
Our master screen-printers are well versed in all imprint techniques, including:
Traditional Screen Printing:
Standard screen-printing uses Plastisol inks and standard printing techniques, often with an automatic press.
Soft Hand Printing:
The soft hand technique is used primarily on lighter colored garments. This process chemically thins out the ink to provide a washed out, or vintage look. It also softens the feel of the ink.
Discharge chemically stains or re-dyes the fabric rather than painting over it. Discharge literally changes the fabric color so you cannot feel the ink.
An oversized print is used to fill up the majority of the front of your shirt or garment. Many new clothing designers are utilizing this print technique.
All Over Belt Printing:
Belt printing is method that involves completely covering the front of the shirt over the collars, sleeves, and body.
Simulated Spot Printing:
A process that can incorporate up to a 14-color process for printing extremely detailed photos and images.
This is the process of using four colors and overlaying them to achieve a photo-like appearance with fewer colors than spot printing. This process is primarily used in printing white tee shirts and apparel.
Designs that incorporate a foiled appearance require foil printing. These foils are pre-made and applied manually with a heat press. This leaves a shiny, shimmery imprint that is available is several different colors.