If you have a simple design with only a few colours, screen-printing might be an option for you.
Usually used for large front or back logos or logos with a lot of colours; screen-printing is essentially a way of using stencils to paint designs onto garments.
If you have 3 or less flat colours (no gradients) in your design and require a larger run (10+), screen-printing might be the best garment printing option for your needs (this can be discussed at the time of your enquiry). If you have a more complex design with multiple colours, check out our Supacolour page for your branding.
Every colour requires the setup of a screen; which requires a setup fee. If you are printing bright colours onto dark garments, you may also need a white undercoat and this counts as an extra colour. There is an initial setup fee per screen/colour and any subsequent print run may require a re-set fee per screen/colour.
We would require a vectored format file of your logo to process any screen-printing ( ai, PDF or EPS) or any vectored file. If you don’t have a vectored file get in touch to ask about our fees for vectoring your logo.
If you’d like to enquire about screen-printing go to our GET QUOTE button at the top right of this screen, fill in all the relevant details & send us your (vectored) logo design. Someone will get in contact with you within 24 hours.
Check out our Embroidery, Digital Transfer or Sublimation tabs for other forms of branding that we offer.
We recommend that all customised screen-printing garments are washed on cold cycle and air dried. This extends the life of the print work.