One of the most commonly seen and worn decoration types today, screen printing is the process of putting ink onto a garment by pushing ink through a screen that acts as a stencil. Each ink color requires its own screen, so a five color image will require at least five screens with each color of ink placed on an individual screen. A garment is sent around the press, each screen laying down one color at a time, 'building' the design with each pass.
white ink screen
3 colors laid down
final 4 color design
Standard Ink Colors
We use only the highest-quality plastisol inks and utilize the Standard Colors below in the majority of our orders, which allows us to keep them all in-house at all times. We also custom mix inks to perfectly match your brand PMS color or other color matching requirements for an additional color matching fee.
Note: Colors may vary depending on your screen resolution and contrast.
custom mixed ink
For custom mixed ink, please provide us with a PMS (Pantone Solid) number. We will match the color utilizing our PMS color matching mixing system. Or if you have a physical color sample, bring it in so we can match it for you.