Having your t-shirt designs printed professionally will save you a good deal of money, time, and effort from experimenting with different printing methods. ReInspire specializes in different garment printing services, ranging from screen printing to vinyl and sublimation printing, all done in-house to ensure the quality of each piece of clothing that leaves our workshop. These services are offered at the most competitive prices, saving you a good portion of your budget, especially when printing bulk batches of the same design for promotional or event purposes.
Printing your own designs on t-shirts may seem like a good idea for a weekend project, but not when you don't have the proper tools and equipment to do the job efficiently. T-shirt printing can be fun, but it does involve certain techniques that might require a lot of trial and error to perfect. This means wasting time, money, and effort on trial shirts that won't really pass your standards. With a professional printing service, you do away with the costly learning curve as they have professionals and specialists who know exactly what to do with your design. They are skilled in a wide range of printing methods and they can tell exactly which type of technique will have the best turn out for the type of design you choose. Some of the most popular printing methods are as follows:
1. Screen Printing – This is the most inexpensive printing method used by many professional printing companies. It is ideal for producing high-quality, high volume t-shirt designs. Using advanced techniques like photo emulsion, screen printed shirts can also show great design detail, although the technique can be quite limiting in terms of colour scheming. Most graphic shirts sold today are produced using this method.
2. Vinyl Cut Printing – Ideal for printing statement shirts with letters, words, and numbers, vinyl cut printing involves cutting the design to be heat transfer vinyl, which can then be ironed or heat-pressed onto the garment, leaving individual numbers, letters, or words neatly printed on the shirt.
3. DTG or direct to garment digital printing – This method is best used for printing multi-colour designs with heavy details. However, it is a more expensive option, and is not advisable for bulk orders, especially when your design is colour-heavy. DTG does offer a more convenient means of shirt printing as it doesn't involve a long prep time and it can be used to print designs with multiple colours and gradations.
About The Author:
This article is written by Justin, who is associated with Reinspire.co.uk which is a t-shirt printing company based in Cardiff. The company deals in embroidery, vinyl, screen printing and custom t-shirt printing services. They do custom print for Guys, girls and kids that too at cheaper prices in Cardiff. They offer huge range of custom printed clothing’s and their services are available all over the United Kingdom.