Screen Printing Services

Bulk Screen Printing at Affordable Prices

Screen printing has dominated the clothing printing industry since the 1960s, when it was made famous by the legendary artist Andy Warhol. When compared to other printing methods, its versatility is unparalleled, allowing for an unprecedented breadth of product customization. Artwork given must be a vector or high-resolution, transparent bitmap for optimal results when screen printing. Setup fees, the amount of colors in the artwork, and the number of copies you need printed all play a role in the final price. Customers love this method for branding and personalized clothes since it is dynamic, inexpensive, and flexible.


What is the order minimum?

12 pieces


How many colors can be printed?

1 color


What artwork can be printed?

We require a vector file (EPS, PDF, SVG, or AI). 


How is the price determined?

The total amount of colors in the artwork and quantity of pieces being printed. 

1 Color Screen Printing

80+ Ink Colors

Custom PMS Available

30+ Ink Colors

Custom Mixing Available


10+ Ink Colors

Custom Mixing Available

10+ Ink Colors

Custom Mixing Available

6 Ink Colors

Ink Reflects Light

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Screen Printing Blog

Written By: Garth Medors

Read Time: 4 Minutes

The key to standing out in the competitive world of clothing printing is learning how to make prints that go above and beyond customer expectations. Screen printing, a tried-and-true method recognized for its quality, has become the preferred choice of the industry. In this piece, I'll explain how to screen print, a technique that always produces high-quality results.

What Is Screen Printing

Screen printing, a time-honored but innovative method for transferring images onto textiles, is widely regarded as the gold standard of customized garment and branding processes. Although it had its origins in ancient China, it was popularized in the 1960s thanks to the efforts of the legendary artist Andy Warhol. The method requires making a stencil, or "screen," through which ink is pressed into the cloth or other substance. This method works well for producing vivid, high-quality prints in bulk. Screen printing is the most flexible printing technology since it can be done with a wide variety of colors and on many substrates. Screen printing is the ideal method for creating personalized clothing and branding since it allows for full color reproduction, long-lasting prints, and large-scale production.

How Direct-To-Film Transfer Printing Works

Screen printing is generally considered an art technique because of the precision required to successfully transfer patterns to a substrate. Making a screen (or stencil) of your design is the first step in screen printing. The pattern is generated by blocking off sections of the screen, which is typically constructed of a tiny mesh stretched tightly over a frame. After the screen is in coated with emulsion, specialized ink is put to it. The ink is pushed through the mesh and onto the cloth below using a blade or squeegee to disperse the ink evenly across the screen. The screen's coated areas will not transfer ink, so your design will be reproduced in its entirety. After the ink has been placed, it must be dried, or "cured," to make the pattern permanent. Screen printing is a fascinating method that allows for high-definition, colorful prints on a wide range of substrates, making it a staple of the bespoke garment and branding industries.

Equipment Needed For Screen Printing

Several essential pieces of equipment are required to begin working in the field of screen printing.

The first and most obvious is the screen, which is the stencil for your design and consists of tiny mesh stretched across a frame. You'll also need emulsion and a light source or exposure unit to make the stencil and transfer the image to the screen. 

Textiles printing often employs either Plastisol or water-based inks, however this varies depending on what material is being printed on. The ink is pushed through the screen and onto the substrate below using a squeegee.

The printing press is an important piece of machinery. There are several kinds available, but a basic one- or two-color press is a decent choice for novices. Experts working with greater numbers or more intricate designs may consider investing in a multi-color press. 

Finally, if you're printing with plastisol ink, you'll want to 'cure' it using a conveyor drier or a heat gun to make sure the ink cures properly and the design lasts through many washings. With these resources at your disposal, you'll be able to create radiant, long-lasting designs using screen printing, the industry standard for personalized clothing and branding.

 Tips for Screen Printing

Screen printing is both an art and a science, and success often comes down to careful planning and attention to detail. Here are some tips to help you excel in your screen printing endeavors:

1. High-Quality Artwork: Start with a high-resolution image for your stencil. Low-resolution images may result in a final product that appears pixelated or blurry.

2. Simplify Designs: While screen printing can handle detailed designs, it's important to remember that each color requires a different screen. Minimize the number of colors in your design to simplify the process and potentially lower costs.

3. Ink Choice: Choose your ink wisely. Different inks are suitable for different fabric types. For instance, Plastisol inks are versatile and great for cotton and blends, whereas water-based inks are perfect for a soft-hand finish.

4. Proper Alignment: Precision is key when it comes to aligning your screens. Misaligned screens can result in blurred or off-center prints. Take the time to ensure everything is lined up correctly before starting to print.

5. Correct Curing: Ensure the ink is adequately cured according to the manufacturer's guidelines. This step is crucial for the durability of the print. Under-cured ink can wash out, while over-cured ink can crack or lose its vibrancy.

6. Test Prints: Always perform a test print before you start the full run. This allows you to ensure that the design looks good on the fabric and make any last-minute adjustments.

7. Regular Cleaning: Keep your screens clean! Regular cleaning prevents old ink from contaminating your new designs and ensures the longevity of your screens.

With these tips in mind, you're well on your way to creating beautiful, vibrant, and durable screen prints.

Why Our Screen Printing Service?

If you require high-quality, colorful prints on personalized garments for branding purposes, look no further than Creative Customizing's premier screen printing services. We're leading the way in the field because we use both time-honored practices and cutting-edge innovations to bring your creative ideas to life. From initial concept through ink curing, our devoted staff expertly manages each stage, guaranteeing accuracy and quality. Whether you require screen printing for an individual project or a large corporate order, we can accommodate your demands at a price that won't break the bank without sacrificing quality. Take advantage of our expert assistance, quick turnaround times, and top-notch output to boost the profile and visual appeal of your business.  if you need help with any part of the screen printing process, our team is standing by at Find out why our screen printing services are the best option for personalized clothing and company branding.

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