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The Beginners Guide To Tshirt Printing (Finding The Starting Point)

Tshirt Printing for Sporting Events and Activities

Tshirt Printing Tips: How To Hold and Move the Squeegee What to do at the end of the stroke? There are three options here. You can either pull the squeegee all the way to the end of the frame and scoop the excess ink up with the squeegee and place it in the back of the frame; you can quickly lift up the squeegee when you get close to the end of the frame and lift up the excess ink or you can stop when you pass the image area and lift the screen and do a flood stroke to push the excess ink back to the back of the screen. The last two are much more desirable than scooping the ink on the screen frame – although on jobs where the image is large you really will have no choice.

Whether you are a big sports enthusiast or not, you must be aware on what every team players wear during games – apparels or shirts that are customized for the team. Just by looking at the logos printed on the shirts, one can easily identify what team it is even from afar. This has indeed become the latest sporting uniforms regardless of the sports; with the unique designs, uniforms are seen at a new light. But more than that, these printed apparels can do so much more as it conveys a feeling of being united as a team with the way it expresses a number of people believing in the same thing.

Tshirt Printing Tips: Coating The Screen With Emulsion The side of the screen that comes in contact with the tee shirt is known as the substrate side. The side where the ink is placed and pushed through the screen with the squeegee is known as the ink well side. You will want the thickness of the stencil to be apparent on the substrate side. This is accomplished by how you coat and dry the emulsion on the screen. Coating your screens with emulsion should be done in subdued yellow or red light. This part of the process is often done in a "dark room" or an "exposing room" where the exposure table is also located. This is very handy as when the screens are dry, they will need to be handled in the same lighting conditions to place artwork on prior to exposure.

A Brief Rundown of Tshirt Printing

With the use of the digital technology, there are now online shops that offer apparel printing through the internet. This works by simply uploading the logo of your choice, selecting the right color for it and adding a few more details such as the names and numbers that you want to see there as well. So what used to be just a plain and boring shirt, can be turned into fierce and strong sports shirt you have always wanted.

There is still a lot to learn and know about custom printing, aside from the popular method of customizing shirts. It can also consist of different types of sports apparels from basketball jerseys, baseball shirts and numerous other sports apparel. T-shirts are the most common and popular but there are still other materials to consider. Wearing the same print tops or shirts is also a way to make the game more enjoyable among friends who are playing for fun and pleasure. If you want to take it to a higher level then make use of other apparel such as pants and jackets – with the t-shirt print you have, why not extend it to these sports clothing as well? For sports team going on long travels, the custom-printed jackets are just perfect.

Tshirt Printing Tips: When Do You Flash Cure? Never – if you can help it! The flash-cure unit has become the Band-Aid of the industry. People let the flash-cure unit make them a good printer by covering up thick ink, poor artwork overlays, too many strokes, etc. Almost anyone can get a good print by curing between each color – but with production rates in the low 30′s (I mean 30 prints per hour) you will find this a hard business to make any money in. By simply using the correct mesh, right ink viscosity, good artwork and not too many strokes, you could print the same job wet-on-wet. Granted, there are many jobs where you have to flash-cure. Just don't let it be every job.

Getting Down To Basics with Tshirt Printing

Naturally, the custom-printed apparels are made for the players, the coaches and other sporting staff. But not only that, the said shirts can also be given to the people and supporters rooting for the team. Fans and supporters feel and show their support by also wearing shirts with the team logo printed on it; this is probably the reason why many people sell such shirts, as they see the great demand for this especially during games and competitions. Many charitable institutions also make use of this to raise funds for good causes.



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