SCREEN PRINTING

PLASTISOL INK

Plastisol ink is one of the most widely used inks in screen printing. It is made up of PVC particles suspended in a liquid plasticizer, making it both durable and flexible

ECO-FRIENDLY WATER BASED INK

Water based ink is the most eco-friendly ink on the market. The inks are dyed into the garment achieving a super soft feel to the imprint. It’s the ink of choice for organizations looking to print “Green.” It is used on white or very light-colored shirts, works best with 100% cotton products.

DISCHARGE INK

Discharge ink is another water based ink that soaks into the shirt’s fabric leaving it super soft. The difference is that there is a discharge agent mixed into the ink that removes the dye in a 100% cotton colored shirt and can replace the dye color with another color. Discharge ink printing is most often used on dark garments.

SIMULATED PROCESS

Simulated Process printing is the most commonly used type of printing for photo-realistic images and T-shirt designs that contain many colors. This process uses elliptical halftones of opaque inks that layer on top of each other to create the multitude of colors in the art.

FOIL TRANSFER

Foil Transfers are a great option when looking for a reflective surface or to make your favorite pattern stand out on a design. A metallic facing transfer is adhered to the shirt with clear adhesive ink. There are a wide variety of colors and designs available for Foil Transfers.

METALLIC INK

Go heavy and drop some metal into your design. Metallic Inks give you a subtle, unfinished sheen without the polished reflective shine of foil. Available in Silver, Gold, and Copper.

PUFF INK

Puff inks are a great economic alternative to High Density or Super Gel inks, but have a much softer, marshmallow-like quality. This effect is created by adding a puff additive to standard Plastisol inks, which makes them rise like a freshly baked loaf of bread.

BLISTER BASE INK

Blister Base ink gives a soft raised look with an irregular bubbling effect that simulates a blister in appearance. Each print will turn out slightly different due to fabric content, ink blistering effect, etc., giving a cool individual look to the art.

SUEDE INK

Suede ink was derived from Puff ink. The process for printing is similar, but Suede ink results with a raised, fuzzy nap reminiscent of suede leather.

GLOW IN THE DARK INK

Put the spotlight on your designs with Glow in the Dark ink. Best used as an overprint with white or light-colored inks, this special effects ink is translucent and can be used over one specific area or all over your image. Due to the phosphorescent nature of this ink, the final print will have a slight green cast.

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