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Not surprisingly, for numbering on athletic garments you can apply various methods to everyday garment printing to improve results. Mesh selection and tightness are important, as is starting with a dense film positive which will be addressed shortly. Emulsion thickness also is important To create good numbers, use a thicker emulsion over mesh (EOM). This

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The interest in sublimation also rises as the popularity of poly-performance apparel grows, as it is the perfect way of decorating anything made of polyester. Although its limits include a lack of white ink, sublimation offers fantastic, vivid images of white and light colored garments. Furthermore, because of the molecular nature of the sublimation process,

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Custom printing involves a little complex process compared to the regular e-commerce business. In addition to the conventional steps followed in the online business, you add a custom printing set-up with product design software. That can be costly and needs medium to heavy investment with space to set-up the print machinery. Screen printing has been

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There are several factors that can influence a print ‘s quality. From the squeegee to the appropriate cure temperature, any piece of screen-printing equipment used will influence a job ‘s outcome. Think of the equipment as tools; when used correctly, the outcome will be positive. First, it’s important to maintain a clean and organized facility

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There is an increasing transition from screen to DTG printing between clothing decorators who are searching for fully customized, small-volume fast turns. Digital printing has evolved to satisfy this need and it is easier than ever to implement with new technological developments. However, many screen printers still question how direct-to-garment (DTG) printing offers transition and

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When experienced screen printers first started their venture, little did they realized the factors involved in adequately curing their prints. Under-cured ink is the most common problem found in print shops today.  If you, too, are screen printers, you would know of the stories of how people tried to cure their t-shirts in their kitchen

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