Many online businesses offer clothes, such as t-shirts, uniforms and even aprons that can be sent to buyers with a personalized touch. Usually, there are two potions. First is getting the design embroider to the fabric, while the other, screen printed. Many people would pick screen printing over embroidery since the design stays longer on the fabric and it takes less time to make.
When getting clothes personalised, many people would still choose to apt for screen printing since it cost less. You can definitely see the benefits when printing in big amounts. Screen printing only requires one screen per colour. So if the business’s logo only contains one or two colours, it’s going to cost very little to print. Printing in bulk will also give business owners the chance to save on the materials. Most of the time, buying materials in bulk would give them a discounted price or a wholesale price. Many readymade clothes, such as t-shirts, have very basic designs and can act like blank canvases. There are also many screen printing services online that do not cost as much and have a wider variety of clothes, paint, designs and add-ons to choose from.
Another big benefit with screen printing on clothing is that it takes a very short time to do. With embroidery, they can create the design on a few clothes at a time, depending on their machine’s capability. Screen printing can be done in batches. A batch of 100 to 150 t-shirts can be finished in as short as half a day, if the printers have two sets of screens. This means business owners can easily order hundreds of clothes to get printed on and have them distributed to customers, staff and employees to advertise their business.
Screen printing is one of the most versatile ways to personalize and add designs to fabrics. It may be used to transfer almost any kind of design on t-shirts. Though individual frames will be needed per colour, these can easily be set up by printers who have some experience on them. Once these individual frames are finished, the printing procedure is completed easily. When drying the ink, big printing companies would use heating areas, while small ones just hang them out to dry in the sun. Either way, once the ink is on, it stays for a very long time.
With these benefits, more and more companies and businesses are taking in screen printing on clothing to promote business branding, advertisement and to add a personal touch to their staff’s work clothes. Screen printing has actually been around for a long time and is one of the corner stone of the fashion, fabric and printing industry.