WHAT IS SCREEN PRINTING?
What is screen printing? ..Our bread & butter! Screen printing is one of the oldest forms of printing for garments & posters. It is a technique used where ink is pushed through a mesh stencil to print a colour/image. Each colour requires it's own screen. The screens are then lined up (registered) to one another.
Depending on print size, location, quantities, or ink type we will decide whether to print using our automated press.. or do it the good old fashion way; by hand! Either way, we always make sure our prints meet a high standard.
Screen printing is still the most effective way of printing t-shirts. Digital has still not taken over just yet!
how much does it cost?
Minimum print runs start at 20 pieces. Prices will depend on which garment we are printing on. We have put together a selection of options in Special Offers, so this should help you get a rough idea of our costs. We have a massive selection of garments available to us, check out our full collection. If you can't find what you're looking for, email us and it's very possible we can find something for you or already have a contact/account with the brand you're after. We also manufacturer our own clothing so could have other possibilities.
Prices drop the more you order. To take advantage of our best prices we recommend ordering over 50 for smaller runs.
We're always exploring new inks and styles of printing. There are many options for print finishes, if you're looking for something specific (high gloss shine, smooth, washed out, etc,) - Just ask!
Looking for something else? There are so many ink options it's insane.. Here's a few more possibilities from our extensive range. Still not found what you're looking for? Contact us.
Gold, silver, or bronze. We can make custom metallic colours too.
Process printing is how you achieve colour photo quality looking prints.
glow in the dark
Fun & spooky glowing prints.
Want to burn peoples eyes out of their face? ...Thought so.
This ink expands, leaving a puffed up raised feel.
black on black