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Screen printing is one of the oldest methods of printing for custom t-shirts. Today it is still used because of its durability and simplicity. With all the new technology it is easy to print an abundant amount of t-shirts in a little amount of time. Screen printing is capable of using special inks such as glow in the dark ink or high vibrancy inks. There are lots of different inks that can be used, but plastisol is the go-to ink. It is thicker than water-based inks. Water-based inks give you that no feel type of feel like it’s embedded into the shirt. The history of Screen printing goes as far back as Asia. Check out our Blog post to find out more about that.
Dtg printing aka Digital Printing is one of the newest methods of printing. It is great for detailed printing. You can use it print full color easy. Able to print millions of different colors and halftones easy. Most Direct to garment printing uses the CMYK ink system. Some Dtg printers using six color channels excluding white ink. DTG printers usually use water-based inks that give you that no feel type of print that is embedded into the shirt.
Direct to garment is great for printing small orders of t-shirts.
No Screens Fees
High detailed printing
Prints on 100% cotton and some light color polyester shirts
Sublimation is the method used for all over prints. Sublimation works on polyester shirts. Sublimation works well for full-color printing. Sublimation is very durable. The print should outlast the garment. Sublimation is popular today printing on everything from t-shirts to socks and computer mouse pads. Sublimation printing is also digital printing but the inks are transferred on to transfer release paper and then turn from a solid directly to a gas that is transferred onto the shirt. It also gives you that soft to the touch feel.
Watch this video of the Screen Printing Process.
Watch this Video on The DTG printing time lapse
Watch this Video on Sublimation Printing