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Screen printing for printed vests
If you need a large number of printed vests for a charitable cause or event, you might be wondering which printing technique is best for you. Events and rallies often call for large numbers of printed vests or shirts and finding a balanced solution might seem impossible. As you may already know, there are several different printing techniques out there and each one holds its own benefits, depending on your specific needs. However, if you need a large number of superior garments and are looking for a good ‘all-rounder’, one of the best choices for both quality and price is screen printing.
Screen printing has many advantages over other techniques, with one of the biggest being the long lasting finish you receive. If you need sharp images or logos that will stand the test of time, then this is the right choice for you. Red, white, green or black – whatever the colour of your vests, you can achieve a logo that lasts. Screen printing not only applies the ink in a way that penetrates the material deeply but also involves a dry curing process to reinforce the strength of the inks, helping to keep your printed vests looking bright and beautiful for longer.
Specific logos often require specific colours and for many printing companies, matching the colours can be a difficult task. Getting the right colour is always important but especially if you’re looking to print a well-known logo or design. Screen printing requires highly skilled printers to carry out the process and each ink is skilfully mixed to match specific pantone colours. If this is not possible, a best match colour will always be found to ensure that your printed vests look exactly how they should.
Another great benefit of screen printing is that it has a great economy of scale. If you need a large run of printed vests, then screen printing could cost you less than 20p per print – very advantageous if you’re trying to keep event costs down. Although there are initial set-up costs due to the highly skilled nature of screen printing, you will still find that the more you print, the more you save.
Alongside the cost and durability, the best advantage of screen printing is simply that it looks fantastic. Screen printing will ensure that all your printed vests work hard to promote your business, event or special cause and are sure to get heads turning no matter where you are.
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