screen printing

What is it?

Screen printing is the most popular method of textile personalization: you’re guaranteed top-notch quality, affordability for large quantities, and the ability to bring complex graphics to life – truly our forte in textile customization.

This process involves creating a stencil, or screen, which is then used to apply layers of ink onto the fabric. T-shirts crafted through this method are a testament to its efficiency, making it a highlight of our factory’s capabilities alongside our expert embroidery services.

Where we recommend it:

Screen printing proves highly advantageous for bulk orders of printed t-shirts (10 or more) as well as for larger, intricate designs. T-shirts produced through screen printing exhibit excellent washability and can uphold print quality over an extended period.

Why choose it?

Versatility: Adaptable to various fabrics, excels with light and dark materials.
Vibrant Colors: Intense ink layers create striking, eye-catching textile designs.
Precision: Achieves intricate patterns with fine detail and very good resolution.
Bulk Efficiency: Economical for large fabric quantities due to swift printing.
Customization: Enables unique, artistic designs on textiles with personalization.









Printing with plastisol inks enables the creation of textile prints that are of superior quality and exceptional durability. Employing Pantone color standards further allows for precise color matching to achieve flawless results.

  • offer remarkable versatility, allowing for the incorporation of special effects
  • compatible with a wide variety of standard fabrics utilized in garment manufacturing
  • favored choice in the industry
  • typically resting on the surface of the t-shirt fibers, resulting in an elevated and tactile sensation.

Subtle coats of ink are applied, producing a gentle and smooth tactile effect known as a “soft hand.” This technique is particularly effective with pastel shades.

  • more environmentally friendly – they offer a better, healthier alternative over oils/ pvc products
  • softer to feel than plastisols
  • offers an “invisible to the touch” effect
  • work best on 100% cotton garments

The puff or sponge effect in silkscreen printing involves using special ink that expands when heated. Applied like regular ink, the design is then exposed to heat, causing the ink to puff up and create a raised texture.

This technique adds dimension and tactile interest to printed designs, making them stand out on fabric. It works best with simple designs and smooth fabrics.

While washable, following care instructions is crucial. The puff effect is popular for enhancing clothing and accessories, offering a unique, textured appeal to the printed artwork.

High-density ink in textile personalization creates a raised, tactile effect with a thicker application.

This technique enhances logos and designs, adding depth and texture. Ideal for achieving a luxurious and standout look on clothing, accessories, and promotional items.

The crackle effect in silkscreen textile printing involves deliberately creating a cracked appearance in the printed design. This is achieved by applying a special crackle ink that contracts as it dries, leading to the formation of cracks in the ink layer.

The result is a vintage, weathered aesthetic with textured lines resembling aged paint. The technique is often used for distressed or artistic designs, giving fabrics a unique and aged appearance.

Proper ink selection and curing are essential to ensure the desired cracking effect and durability.

The foiling effect in silkscreen textile printing involves applying metallic or holographic foil to printed designs. After the initial screen printing, an adhesive is applied to the desired areas.

Foil is then heat-transferred onto the adhesive, creating a shimmering, reflective effect. This technique adds luxury and visual appeal to fabrics, making them stand out.

Foiling works well for logos, accents, and intricate details. Careful handling during application ensures precise alignment and a consistent, dazzling finish on textiles.

The glitter effect in silkscreen textile printing entails using special glitter inks to achieve a sparkling finish on fabrics. These inks contain fine glitter particles that catch and reflect light.

The ink is screen printed onto the fabric, creating a glittery texture in the design. This technique is popular for adding glamour to clothing, accessories, and decorative textiles.

The result is a dazzling, eye-catching appearance with a touch of elegance, making the design stand out and shimmer in various lighting conditions.

The glow-in-the-dark effect in silkscreen textile printing involves using phosphorescent inks that absorb and store light energy.

After exposure to light, the printed design emits a subtle glowing effect in the dark. The ink is applied using the same screen printing process. This technique is ideal for creating unique and captivating designs on textiles, such as clothing, accessories, and decorative items.

The glowing effect adds an element of surprise and intrigue, making the printed design stand out, especially in low-light environments.

The silver reflective effect in silkscreen textile printing employs specialized reflective inks. These inks contain glass beads or microprisms that reflect light when illuminated, creating a silver-like shine.

Screen printing applies the ink onto fabrics, producing a reflective appearance in the printed areas.

This technique enhances visibility in low-light conditions, making it suitable for safety clothing, activewear, and fashion with a futuristic touch. The silver reflective effect combines style and functionality, ensuring designs catch attention both day and night.

The metallic shimmers effect in silkscreen textile printing employs metallic ink to create a lustrous shine on fabrics. This ink contains metallic pigments that reflect light, producing a shimmering appearance.

Applied through screen printing, it enhances designs with a touch of elegance and sophistication. Metallic shimmers are popular for fashion, accessories, and decorative textiles, adding a glamorous dimension that catches attention.

This effect plays with light, giving fabrics a luxurious and eye-catching finish that elevates the overall aesthetic of the printed design.

The gel effect in silkscreen textile printing uses thick, clear gel inks to create raised, three-dimensional designs on fabrics.

These inks are applied through screen printing and maintain their volume after drying. The result is a tactile, embossed texture that adds depth and visual interest to the printed pattern.

The gel effect is particularly effective for logos, branding, and decorative elements, enhancing the design’s impact by combining both visual and tactile components on textiles.

The UV effect in silkscreen textile printing involves using ultraviolet (UV) reactive inks that change color or become visible under UV light exposure. These inks are applied using traditional screen printing methods.

The design appears subtle or even invisible under normal lighting conditions but reveals vibrant colors or patterns when exposed to UV light.

This technique adds an element of surprise and excitement to textiles, making them captivating and interactive in various lighting environments.