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Screen printing produces durable prints that can withstand repeated washing and wearing without fading or deteriorating quickly. The ink is applied thickly and bonds well with the fabric, resulting in long-lasting designs.   Screen printing is cost-effective for large orders.  While screen printing typically involves higher setup costs compared to digital printing methods like DTG or DTF, it becomes more cost-effective for large print runs. Once the screens are made, the cost per print decreases, making it ideal for bulk orders.
Screen printing allows for vibrant, opaque colors to be printed on both light and dark garments. The ink sits on top of the fabric rather than being absorbed into it, resulting in bold and vivid colors. 

Screen printing offers a wide range of specialty inks and finishes, such as metallic, glow-in-the-dark, and neon options, allowing for unique and eye-catching designs.  Screen printing is versatile and can be used on various types of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, blends, and more. It's suitable for printing on T-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, posters, and other promotional items.

Screen printing can cover large print areas efficiently, making it suitable for oversized designs or all-over prints on garments.

Screen printing offers consistent results across large print runs. Once the screens are set up and calibrated, each print is uniform in quality and color, ensuring that the final product meets quality standards.

Screen printing does have some limitations, such as longer setup times, higher initial costs for small runs, and restrictions on intricate designs or fine details. However, for many businesses and individuals, the durability, vibrancy, and versatility of screen printing make it a preferred choice for producing high-quality custom apparel

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