All-over printing can make a regular tshirt a hugely impactful one with the right approach. There are 5 common mistakes made by folks when ordering all-over screen printing. These are hard learned lessons by textile screen printers. Read on to find out what they are, and how to avoid them.Read More
Pantone colors have become the universal language for color. You may already know the basics of Pantone colors when it comes to screenprinting, but despite the exact nature of Pantone colors, what you see is not always what you will get. Find out what you need to know about screen printing Pantones on textiles, along with which standard colors to call out when you're printing on an underbase.Read More
Soft-hand is a relative term when it comes to screen printed t-shirts. When you ask for soft-hand printing on two different orders, the finished print for one order can be much softer than the finished print on the other. How soft can you expect a soft-hand print to be? More importantly, how soft does your client expect the print to be?Read More
When deciding between digital printing on fabric and screen print for your next apparel run, its important to understand the unique benefits each has to offer. DTG printing is typically favored for those fast, low run, high color count jobs; whereas, screen print will offer a better range of color, more flexibility in what it can print on, better hand on darks and a much larger printable size range. As technology advances, the gap between these two methods will narrow.
Below are 5 elements to understand before choosing between screen print and DTG:Read More