Screenprint or Digital? The modern dilemma of apparel decoration. These days, both mediums are capable of beautiful full color reproduction so deciding which method to use is a balance of quantity, time, cost and style of artwork. Naturally, we incorporated embroidery as well.
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Shown on wearer’s left side. Art work is printed from a digital file directly onto the t-shirt. Dark garments must be pre-treated.
Shown on wearer’s right side. High end color separations printed with standard plastisol inks.
Embroidery can be used to embellish or personalize in combination with print designs.
When deciding between digital printing on fabric and screen print for your next apparel run, it's 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. This article provides a humorous head-to-head matchup between the two processes.