Understanding the process of taking a design from the computer to the shirt can be helpful for the best result.

Waterbase Ink or Plastisol Ink?

Considering water-based inks over plastisol inks on your screen-printed garment? If you want to consider water-based ink over plastisol for your screen-printed garments? Here are several reasons to choose water-based inks: Eco-Friendly and Sustainable: Water-based inks are more environmentally friendly than plastisol inks. They are free of harmful chemicals such as phthalates, PVC, and formaldehyde. Water-based inks are typically biodegradable,…

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The 9 down and dirty in-shop steps it takes to get your custom screen printing out the door.

Properly meshed screens with varying size openings, tightly stretched onto frames are coated with the best emulsion available for efficiency and hard edge lines.Holds up for mass quantities of shirts. The emulsion is photosynthesized for exposure by light and in the case of the in-house exposure unit at Dr. Tee’s Design & Screen Printing, equipped with LED lights for fast…

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