Screen Print FAQ

Screen printing is a printing technique in which ink is pushed through a stencil onto a substrate, typically paper or fabric, to produce an image or design. The stencil, also known as a screen, is created by blocking off parts of a mesh screen with a non-permeable material, and the ink is then pressed through the open areas onto the substrate. This method is commonly used for printing t-shirts, posters, and other products.

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What is the minmum order?

Screen printing has a 12 pieces minimum per imprint color. If you need fewer than 12 pieces, we have a host of digital processes than can deliver similar quality to printing.

How durable is Screen Printing?

Screen Printing is one of the more durable decoration techniques. It wll retain color and detail wash after wash.

What is the maxiumum amout of colors we can use?

The max print colors we can do is 10, if your design requires more colors we can utilize simulated process and achieve more colors by blending colors. We can also utlize digital printing motheds to get the desired affect.

What type of files do you need?

The best files for screen printing are vector. We use the Adobe Suite for grpahic design so AI, EPS, PDF will work. The better quality the artwork is the better the finished result.