Stamping a T-shirt with maximum fidelity to the art created is the great challenge of the specialized screen shirt (สกรีนเสื้อ, which is the term in Thai) companies. After all, each year new T-shirt customization technologies are launched in different countries around the world.
In fact, today there is no customization technology that can fill all possible demands.
This is why we have stood out as a reference in customizing prints on T-shirts. The company can gather different solutions to meet the most varied demands that it receives daily.
The Silk Screen technique stands out among the company’s portfolio. Know more about it.
The Silk Screen is a classic customization technique, though the process has gained many innovations. As is known, this process is premised on the revelation of screens as screens of an image. Each color of a print will necessarily need a matrix screen.
In this logic, the process becomes very competitive in price for medium or large productions. This is because the more parts are produced; the more diluted the development costs of the screens become.
Silk is very suitable for dash-colored prints. In less technical language, dashed colors are those arts in which we can count the number of colors.
Example: The Coca-Cola logo has only one color. The logo of Google has four colors. When we make t-shirts for these brands, we reveal a screen for each of the colors.
A great challenge for Silk Screen prints are the prints in chrome, that is, with many colors combined.
It is possible to make prints in multi color Silk Screen, mainly in the Automated Silk. For this the art needs specially prepared and divided in colors. The encounter of the colors will form the variations of colors looking for a multi colored result. It offers best cost benefit for medium and large orders.
Lucy is a fashion blogger with an interest in all things style-related. She loves trying out different styles and adapting them to her own life; she also likes to share what she’s learned along the way.