Screen printing, also known as silk screening is a printing technique that uses a stencil (called screen) to transfer paint or ink on a substrate (t-shirt, tank top, bag, bar-runner etc.). Several screens are used to produce a multi-colour print using a multi-colour screen press.
Screenprinting allows for amazing graphics to be applied to almost anything; It is the best method for reproducing images in true-to-life colour and by far the most cost effective for large quantity print runs.
Direct to garment
printing, also known as DTG
printing, digital direct to garment printing, digital apparel printing, and inkjet to garment printing, is a process of printing on textiles and garments using specialised or modified inkjet technology. The two key requirements of a DTG printer are a transport mechanism for the garment and specialty textile inks that are applied to the garment directly and absorbed by the material. In short, the image is printed directly to the garment without requiring other procedures.
Foil Stamping is a special procedure where heat, pressure, and a metallic foil is used to create reflective, glittery & shiny images on various products.
Discharge printing, also called Extract Printing, is a method of applying a print onto an already dyed fabric garment of a darker colour by using a colour-destroying agent to bleach out a white or light pattern on the darker fabric.
is when a sheet of plastic vinyl is cut to produce a design which is then heat applied to a garment
, window decal
or any number of other products. Vinyl printing is a method of printing that is generally limited to a 1 or 2 colour print.
Here at StraitJacketPress
– we do it all!