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All About Digital Printing

Monday, October 12, 2015 11:09:31 AM America/Los_Angeles

We often hear customers are concerned with the setup fees associated with screen printing, or they are only looking into a single one-off t-shirt. Digital printing is more cost-effective when you're doing between one and 12 shirts, because there are no setup fees or additional costs per color, so digital printing is perfect for proofing or short runs because the set up time as low as is the cost of labor.

Now it's also great for photo printing, and just as we can do a screen printing we can print a multitude of locations. We can print on the sleeves, chest, just across the bottom, down up the side… anywhere you need, and we can do it on almost all 3000 apparel items were have here in inventory.

So when is digital printing not appropriate? Because were applying the material to your apparel at over 300°, digital printing does not work well on spandex or dry fit materials as it might cause the apparel to melt. It also does not work well on waterproof items such as ski pants or motorcycle jacket. So with those minimal exceptions, digital printing is an awesome opportunity to get custom apparel with no minimums, color restrictions, or set up fees.

For more information check out Digital Printing.

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Digital Printing, Screen Printing, and Embroidery

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 11:08:12 AM America/Los_Angeles

Custom apparel is often a daunting task for customers, but with Corvallis Custom it doesn’t have to be. At Corvallis Custom, we offer three types of apparel printing: digital, screen, and embroidery.

Digital printing is the best option for short-run orders. Generally short-run orders consist of about 12 or less items. Digital printing is the most cost-effective way to customize apparel, and the prints are just as vibrant as screen printing, with no setup charges or screen fees. Digital prints are produced on a large-format, solvent-based printer and then fused into the garment over 300°

Screen printing is a great option when you would want to print more than 12 items. This traditional option uses individual screens for each design and color. Plastisol inks are then pressed through the color template and onto the apparel. Screen prints are durable, last for years, and can be produced in large quantities easily and inexpensively.

Embroidery is the Cadillac of custom apparel, and if you are customizing one or thousand items, embroidery is sure to set you apart. This process converts each color and design into stitching. The design is woven into the apparel fabric.

For more information about each of these printing options, check out our Apparel  section

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