At Affix Apparel, we provide screen printing of all kinds at from silk screen printing, sublimation printing, flock screen printing, high density three-dimensional printing, discharge screen printing to puff screen printing and glow in dark printing, We have it all because we aim to provide our clients to find all they want under one umbrella.
There are several different forms of processes used in t-shirt printing alongside sublimation printing. Clothing manufacturers are now using versatile methods to print their inventory. Such techniques can include screen printing, silk screen printing, flock screen printing, High density 3D printing , discharge screen printing, puff screen printing, glow in the dark printing etc. Silk screen printing, it is a versatile printing method. The buyer is expected to provide his personalized design for custom screen printing.
Design is developed into film then it goes through the process of creating a screen for screen printing. The material used afterwards for making great and sharp stencils, is polyester mesh. This is achieved by passing multiple colors through the screen and the pattern begins to appear on the fabric. There are several different approaches to t-shirt screen printing. Another common method of garment printing is water based screen printing. This method of screen t-shirt printing process is very similar to the phenomena of silk screen printing, but they vary from one another in such a way that silk screen printing's color pigment consists of plastic based liquid, whereas in this type of printing liquid color's are used.
They bring a smoother touch, and this process is typically applicable over light colored garments, another process of screen printing for t-shirts is called high quality three dimensional printing the technique of printing this fabric is somewhat similar to the others, but the designs provided by customers are created with more viscous colors here. The prints seem to be very smooth and also have a 3D image. There are many different screen printing techniques that have already been discovered. And many different cloth manufacturers are using such method for production of variety of prints.