There’s a lot of hype about oversize printing these days, but let’s not forget our roots. Ink testing, troubleshooting and experimentation has been a passion of ours long before all-over presses came on the scene. We’re at the top of the industry when it comes to specialty screen print application on textiles.
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Printed apparel with a super soft feel is huge right now. In fact, it’s the most common request we get. Soft prints are so desirable, it’s not likely this is a trend that will fizzle out. For this reason, we have an entire page dedicated to the various methods that can be used to achieve this affect. They include soft-hand base additives, water-based inks, and discharge inks.
You guessed it - turn out the lights and areas printed with glow ink are illuminated in that yellowish green we know and love as glow. We take it one step farther too, with a selection of colored glow inks. Now you can glow in blue, white, purple, orange, red, green and yellow!
Pantone colors are the universal language for communicating specific colors right down to the shade. This language overcomes distances and computer monitors with different calibrations.
This guide is meant to give you an understanding of how screen printing inks relate to Pantone® colors. Fill out the form to the right and download your free guide today!