Custom Screen Printing by Sportop Marketing Inc

By: Sportop Marketing  09-12-2011
Keywords: Screen Printing, Shirts

You can feel confident that the screen printing from Sportop Marketing will last years because of our fine workmanship and our excellent machinery. Our computerized, automatic, screen printing machines (with cool-down areas and spot dryers) ensure a quality print. Our main screen printing machine can print 500 shirts an hour.

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Images from our Screen Printing Production Area

Two colour screen print showing that one colour is applied first followed by the second colour. Screen printing process requires that each colour is printed separately, using different screens. The first colour applied to this shirt is white and then the shirt is "spot dried" and then the green colour is printed. We can do up to 9 different colours.

We use a screen printing number machine to give the best results on sports jerseys. Many screen printing companies will use a heat press machine for numbers that gives the garment a stiff feel and the numbers will often peel off over time. Our screen print machine is permanent and the numbers are flexible.

The dryer cures the ink after the screen printing process. The garments are sent through our Sprint Modular Gas Dryer with high-forced air, to cure the ink at 204°C (400° Fahrenheit). Sportop has screen printing equipment for flat garments (shirts, towels, etc.), caps, as well as, a specialized number printer to screen print numbers on athletic uniforms.

Keywords: Screen Printing, Shirts

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