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Screen printing and silk screening are different names for the same process. It is a method for putting painted designs on fabric and other surfaces. The image is imposed on a screen and blank areas are coated with an impermeable substance. Inks are forced through the mesh onto the fabric. Each color is on a separate screen and is printed onto the surface one at a time to make up the complete design.
Screen printing is cost effective for printed shirt order or fulfillment programs that have a consistent look and quantities over 12 pieces.
Every color of your design has a specific screen made and is printed in a separate production pass. The colors are registered together to make the image consistent.
Embroidery is a process of stitching a design into an item. Embroidering a garment requires that the artwork be “digitized” to translate it for the embroidery machine, the digitizing is a one-time fee depending on the image size.
The process is a film material that is heated and adhered to the apparel item.