Updated on June 24th, 2011 ( 7,184 views ) No comments
Once you have finished designing a T-Shirt, now it is the time to print the design. Usually T-Shirt designer just send the design to the printing shop and just wait for the final result. Somehow if you know how to the design is printed on the T-Shirt, maybe you can try to start a home business or small business by offering T-Shirt design and also printing the design as well. Save you cost and means more profit to you. T-Shirt business only needs small start up cost, but high profit margin. So it is not possible to start a T-Shirt printing business if you know the required equipment and how to do it.
There are three methods that can be used to print a T-Shirt that are:
- Screen printing (silk screening )
- Heat transfers using heat press machine (heat printing)
- DTG printer (direct-to-garment printer)
T-Shirt printing using screen printing method
Screen printing is the traditional method to apply a design to a shirt. This method needs many materials before you can start printing and the most complex out of the three methods. As the learning curve for screen printing is too complex, I am not going to explain about it in detail. However the small start up cost and the good quality result is the reason why screen printing become the choice for some printing shop. Read the rest of this entry »
Updated on June 24th, 2011 ( 30,709 views ) 12 comments
Hi guys? I am sure most of you have club or organization T-Shirt that is self design by your club member. Some of them might design the T-Shirt by using hand and then leave the rest of the task to the shirt printing service company. In my secondary school, my friend make a really complex design and sent it to Bizandry. Although the price is a little high, the quality is awesome. Exactly just like the hand design.
For some designer, they are comfortable to use Adobe Photoshop for designing. After finished, they send the design to the printing service. Most of them think that designing using Adobe Photoshop will make the design at the shirt will be the same after printing. This is totally wrong.