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When it comes to t-shirt printing, not all companies are created equal. Printers come in all types and sizes and finding a great one can be harder than you think! From inexperienced "garage shops" with one manual press to experienced "industry shops" with 500-1000's shirt minimums, quality and price run the gamut.
So what does that mean when it applies to Dash n Dots? Whether you need 25 or 1000's of t-shirts, we work to get you the highest quality at a price you can afford.
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Screen printing (or silk screening) on t-shirts or garment. Is a technique that uses stencils and Ink to create designs on garments. It is the most economical method for producing large quantities that involve cotton or Cotton-blend garments. More than just shirts. Many people think screen printing is limited to t-shirts only - this couldn’t be more false! Here’s the lowdown on what can be printed - tote bags/purses, jackets, mouse pads, flags, banners, signs, bandannas, and more.
Embroidery is sewing a design, type or logo onto a garment with special thread. This technique gives garments a higher perceived value and works particularly well on polo t-shirts baseball caps, backpacks, canvas bags and on heavier garments such as sweatshirts, hoodies, towels and fleece.
Heat transfer involves combining heat and pressure to transfer images to garments.
This is a great option for detailed prints, customization, shorter runs and quick turnaround times.
Small quantity runs allow customers to get their items faster. Photo prints can be transferred in full color. Allows for a variety of colors and placements on a garment.
Large quantity runs are expensive and time consuming. Prints fade after several washes and do not last long. Prints are stiff, making the fabric firm. Prints are appear best on light colored t-shirts.
Also called dye sublimation, this process uses heat-sensitive inks to create full-color, photo-quality reproductions of digital images that last. Sublimation is well suited for 100% polyester garments.
Produces highly unique, all-over designs.
Unlimited use of graphics, styles, and colors.
Shirts to be printed on should be made from 100% polyester only.
To make it financially viable all over print option, you need to work on a minimum of 50 plus garments.
Vinyl transfers are cut using a plotter. The design then needs to be weeded - the process of removing the pieces of vinyl that won't be transferred. Once the transfer is ready, it is applied with a heat press.
Vinyl transfers can be produced in single order quantities, (Example: A player's name and / or numbers on a team uniform). If you want a design on a single dark coloured t-shirt, vinyl is one of the best options.
A specialized inkjet printer applies inks directly to the garment, where the fibers absorb the ink to create a very durable design.
It works well for short runs or full-color printing on high stitch density garments.