When it comes to your designs is printed on the shirt, you should always check that reveal the quality of your designs on T-shirt, as she wanted. Want a print quality where you can feel the shirt or do you want the ink to print smooth and soaked deep into the fabric of the shirt, please print bright colors or dull colors? If you think about this, you have an understanding of the various processes of printing T-shirts SeeWhat is the feeling that you are going for. You know the technical aspects of printing. Here are some of the most common T-shirt-printing process available.
A screen is made of a fine piece of fabric (or, in other words, a T-shirt) stretched over a frame made of aluminum or wood. Some areas of the screen covered with waterproof material to a model, which means to be a form of negative image that the operator open spaceare where the ink actually see. The operator begins with the bar at the bottom of the screen and behind a reservoir of ink. The printer raises the screen to avoid contact with the shirt and then with a small amount of downward force pulls the beam on the front of the screen. This effectively fills the mesh with ink and moves the ink tanks on the front of the screen. The operator then uses a squeegee to move down the network of T-shirts andpushes the connector on the back of the screen. The ink, the opening in the path of power transfer by capillary action on a t-shirt, in a controlled environment. Since the mesh size squeegee moves toward the rear of the screen pulls the voltage for the T-shirt leaves the ink on the shirt surface.
Direct to garment printing (DTG)
DTG is a method of textile printing that prints an image directly on the shirt by a changeVersion of a traditional inkjet. In essence, instead of a screen and a stencil to apply ink to the shirt, the ink is printed directly on the head. DTG offeres more flexibility than screen printing in color and variation of turn around time.
Heat transfer printing
The process of heat transfer, the shirt transfer ink on paper on the t-. Under heat and pressure is applied to the paper, the ink on the transferredT-shirt. A common way that is done is by applying an iron-card support for a period of time until the ink on the shirt.