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Do you want to make your clothes unique? Maybe you like a certain design, but you don’t have it in a regular store?
Maybe it’s time to consider making and printing your own T-shirts? If you just want to make shirts, this can be a bit tricky.
However, if you plan to do this for a long time or want to start your own business, then you should check out some of the best T-shirt printing techniques. Take advantage of various printing options immediately. According to your needs, you can choose the method that suits your needs and provides the best quality. Here are some factors to consider. Not all methods are suitable for all fabrics. If you have a thick cotton shirt, the last thing you want to use is sublimation, because it will destroy it.
Each method has a preferred fabric type and it is recommended to test it beforehand. Fabric production speed for printed T-shirts When you need to print thousands of T-shirts at the fastest speed, you don’t want to take a slow approach. It is usually clear whether the choice is custom or mass production. So be sure to check. Cost Printing costs can vary greatly. For people with limited budgets, there are cheaper alternatives. If you want to use some methods at home, you also need to consider the cost of additional equipment and supplies. After you outline the costs, use our profit calculator to calculate your income. This T-shirt has been printed for many years and it still looks great.
It may be screen-printed. This process, also known as screen printing, guarantees very good reproduction of the design. Many professionals believe in this method because it can produce good results. That’s it, you need some kind of template (or template) to use. Second, you need a net to secure the insole. Mesh cloth is usually made of synthetic materials such as nylon. Before printing, the fabric needs to be pre-processed. The goal here is to get the same clean area as the design on the fabric, and then you need to sprinkle ink on the fabric and press on it. Cover the entire area evenly with a rubber brush. This is a process of ensuring that your design is repeated on the shirt.
If there is excess ink, don’t worry, you can clean it up. Finally, after removing the screen and drying it, you can enjoy your design. Who is it for? Although this method can produce high-quality results, it is not suitable for all types of printing. This is great when you want to have many identical shirts because the template can be used over and over again. Large companies often use this method to mass-produce shirts. This method is best for one color on the screen. You can also print in multiple colors, but if you need a more complex design, this may not be the best choice. Advantages Ensure high quality Very durable Very suitable for large batches A single design can quickly obtain results Disadvantages Too difficult for small batches Not suitable for complex designs, not suitable for manual use. It may be more expensive. Dye sublimation.
This method is very suitable for large and complex designs. If you see a printed shirt, it is probably made this way. There is an important point to consider when choosing shirt materials. Dye-sublimation can only be used on lightweight fabrics; for example, it is most suitable for polyester fabrics. However, if you try to use them on cotton shirts, the results are terrible. Although, it is also a high-quality printing process, using it requires extensive knowledge.
How it works First, you need a special type of liquid dye. Apply paint on the transfer piece. Use paper first. It is completely dry, and you can use heat and pressure to sublimate. This is different from screen-printing because you are dyeing the fabric directly, not just printing on it.
This allows you to see the colors and designs very well. But you won’t feel it at hand. Who is it for? In addition, if you want to print the entire T-shirt, this is one of the best T-shirt printing types. Keep in mind that this process requires very light fabrics. This is also great when you have a very unique multi-color design. The structure is very strong. Advantages Suitable for large designs Suitable for unlimited colors and patterns Long-lasting consistency disadvantages only suitable for lightweight fabrics, small batches are expensive, cannot fully cover some parts of the shirt, such as armpits or side seams direct to Ga.