Screen Printing

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  1. Vibrant Colors: Screen printing allows for the use of a wide range of inks, including specialty inks like metallics and fluorescents. This versatility results in vibrant, eye-catching colors that pop off the substrate.

  2. Long-Lasting: Screen prints are known for their longevity. They maintain their color and quality over extended periods, making them ideal for items that need to stand the test of time.

  3. Versatility: Screen printing can be applied to various materials, including textiles (t-shirts, hoodies, etc.), paper, metal, plastic, glass, and more. This versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of applications.

  4. High-Quality Detail: Screen printing can achieve fine details and intricate designs, especially when using high-quality screens and skilled operators. This makes it suitable for both simple and complex designs.

  5. Customization: It's easy to create custom designs, even in small quantities. This flexibility makes screen printing popular for custom apparel, promotional products, and personalized items.

  6. Consistency: Screen printing provides uniformity in color and quality across a production run. This is essential for businesses and organizations looking to maintain brand consistency.

  7. Large Volume Production: Screen printing is cost-effective for large production runs. The per-unit cost decreases as the quantity increases, making it a suitable choice for bulk orders.

  8. Opacity and Coverage: Screen printing inks are thick, which means they can provide excellent coverage, even on dark or colored substrates.

One of the most significant limitations of screen printing is that only a single color can be applied to the substrate at any one time. There is also the added concern of the alignment of the different layers of color. As such, screen printing setup times can be extensive when there is more than one color involved. This is where fees come into play.