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Screen Printing

The Process Of Screen Printing Onto Clothing:

Initially, the ink is mixed with the required Pantone colour reference and applied to the screen. Squeegees are used to push ink through the mesh of the screen and onto the garment. When printing onto dark-coloured garments, a white layer or flash layer of ink is applied first and then the coloured inks are applied on top of this to ensure an accurate Pantone colour match. We can always screen print onto T-shirts, hoodies, jackets, sweatshirts, polo shirts, tote bags and many more products and so we will be able to find a solution that meets your needs.

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OEKO-TEX ECO PASSPORT Certificate

The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certificate is an independent system that verifies the absence of harmful substances in both textiles and in the manufacturing phases of our products.

There are a range of techniques and inks available within Screen Printing onto clothing!

To create the screen, artwork needs to be supplied in vector format (.ai, .eps or vector PDF) as each colour in the artwork is separated and a different screen is created for each colour that is to be printed. This is why screen printing incurs a higher set-up cost than other T-shirt printing techniques.

Pros of Screen Printing onto clothing:
  • Produces designs with multiple colours
  • High Long Lasting durability & Quality
  • Professional finish
  • Very competitively priced – the more you order the cheaper the price
  • Fastest printing technique for printing in large volumes
  • Pantone colour matching to keep true to brand colours & guidelines
For whatever printing need you have, just get in touch today and let one of our experts provide you with all the advice you need.
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