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Plastisol Inks

The plastisol inks are based on PVC; As the name implies, they look like plastic on the cloth. The plastisol ink covers the fabric, it looks great in small designs but in very large prints it looks like a piece of plastic stuck to the shirt. For drying requires heat, never dry in the air, so they are very useful for printing in large quantities because it will never dry on the frame and after a long time you can continue printing with a frame that you forgot to clean. It also serves very well in the process and it is very easy to mix the colors.

  • Small designs

  • Large quantities

  • Easy to mix the colors

Water-based Inks

Water-based inks, as the name implies, have water as a base. These inks seem to paint the fabric, they do not look like plastic on the cloth; they look softer than plastisol. They dry with the air, and then heat can be applied so that they adhere perfectly to the fabric. The problem with these inks is that they dry very quickly on the frame and easily cover the mesh, so you have to wash the frame with some regularity. But they are useful for small quantities when we want to make unique designs and experiment with colors and textures.

  • It does not look like plastic on the cloth

  • Small quantities

  • Experiment with colors and textures


Design your T-shirt here!

You can design your own t-shirt here and let us print it for you.


Heat Transfer Printing

The popularity of polyester fabrics led to the development of a completely new form of printing: heat transfer printing, which prints the pattern on paper with carefully selected dyes. The paper is then applied to the fabric by passing the two together.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is a printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil. Traditionally the process was called screen printing or silkscreen printing because silk was used in the process prior to the invention of polyester mesh.

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