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Silkscreen printing

Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. Fabric and paper are the most commonly screen-printed surfaces, but with specialised inks it’s also possible to print onto wood, metal, plastic, and even glass.

Can print 1-5 colours.

We can print t-shirts, tote bags, hoodies, clothing, glass, oversized prints, bottles, all over prints, jars, yardage, fabric, posters, postcards, invitations, art prints, art editions, walls, windows and… pretty much anything you can lay flat!


Digital Printing

Digital printing is the process of printing digital-based images directly onto a variety of media substrates. Print on paper, photo paper, canvas, fabric, synthetics, cardstock and other substrates. A DTG printing machine is essentially a giant version of an inkjet printer, similar to what you might have at your home or office, but it’s designed to print on T-shirts and other garments.

Digital direct to garment (DTG) printing makes it easier than ever before.

Direct to Garment, or DTG printing, is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks. This process allows us to print any quantity order with highly detailed full color designs at an affordable price. With our expert team of direct to garment printers, any design is possible . We ensure outstanding accuracy, exceptional consistency, phenomenal print output, and affordable rates with every order.

Which is best for your business

Example: You need 100 tshirts or 100 caps

Silkscreen cost
If your image has 4 colours. Size A4
4 screens. 1 For each colour x R 250 per screen.
4 colours x R 10.00 per colour.
Your total cost would then be
4 x Screens = R 1000.00
4 colours x R 10.00 per colour = R 40.00 x 100 tshirts = R 4000.00
100 Tshirts @ R 50.00ea x 100 tshirts = R 5000.00
Total cost to print 100 tshirts R 10.000.00 or R 100 per tshirt

Digital Printing
The printing machine, prints directly onto the item, so no screens on necessary.
An example including tshirts
R 180.00 per tshirt x 100 = R 18.000

As you can see for large quantities silkscreen would be the better option.
If you wanted to print only 5 tshirts then digital printing would be your better option.


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