Spot color is the most common form of screen printing and uses full-tones of color to create an image. Each color in the image is printed separately, up to 6 colors can be printed using this method on our presses.
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Print on any color garment
Used For: Most standard print of logos, graphics, and text
Halftone screen printing is a technique to create the look of more colors than are actually being printed. Dots of different sizes printed next to each other create the illusion of many different shades.
Print on any color garment.
Used For: Gradients, Background images, Using a Single color to look like it is more than 1 color.
The 4-Color CMYK screen printing process uses the basic colors Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black in the form of small dots to create a full color image.
Ideal for printing on white garments, but can be used on any color garment.
Used For: Multi-Colored images with many tones of color.
DTF stands for Direct To Film. This technique involves printing your design directly onto a film and then transferring it to your garment with a heat press. With DTF printing, you can print unlimited full colors, on any kind of fabric whether it be cotton, polyester, or silk. Additionally, DTF can be used to print on both dark and light-colored fabrics.