What You Should Know About Tshirt Printing This Year
Tshirt Printing and How Sport Events Make Use of It.
Looking at the sports industry, you will notice just how influential the custom-printed apparels are, particularly the t-shirts. You may be watching from across the stadium and yet you will be able to tell which team is which just through the colors and prints on the t-shirts the players wear. This is indeed the new trend in uniforms as it veers away from the boring and very typical designs; because it is customized, the team can decide on what to print and how the logo will also be presented. But more than that, these printed apparels can do so much more as it conveys a feeling of being united as a team with the way it expresses a number of people believing in the same thing.
All about color! Use the T-shirt colour effectively and try choosing complementary colours. If you're using Adobe Illustrator, turn on Global Colors. It's an absolute life saver and will save you so much time. You can also use Halftones to make the most of the restricted colors you're allowed to use.
With the modern age and technology, even t-shirt and apparel printing can now be done online though the many shops available. This works by simply uploading the logo of your choice, selecting the right color for it and adding a few more details such as the names and numbers that you want to see there as well. You may have started out having this plain white t-shirt but after going through the process, it will instantly transform into a rocking and cool sports shirt!
Thsirt Printing 101: The Ink:
This is one area where there is a lot of confusion. The ink manufacturer told you that the stuff in the can was "Ready for Use" (RFU). That means just slop it in the screen and "pump up" to make a print. RFU is one of the greatest lies ever told.
There is still a lot to learn and know about custom printing, aside from the popular method of customizing shirts. It can also consist of different types of sports apparels from basketball jerseys, baseball shirts and numerous other sports apparel. Printing is after all not limited to one type of apparel but rather all other types that are made with different materials and quality as well. Wearing the same print tops or shirts is also a way to make the game more enjoyable among friends who are playing for fun and pleasure. If you want to take it to a higher level then make use of other apparel such as pants and jackets – with the t-shirt print you have, why not extend it to these sports clothing as well? This way of printing is very popular among teams that go on travels and trips, for competitions that are held in long distances.
Thsirt Printing 101: When Do You Flash Cure?
Never – if you can help it! The flash-cure unit has become the Band-Aid of the industry. People let the flash-cure unit make them a good printer by covering up thick ink, poor artwork overlays, too many strokes, etc. Almost anyone can get a good print by curing between each color – but with production rates in the low 30′s (I mean 30 prints per hour) you will find this a hard business to make any money in. By simply using the correct mesh, right ink viscosity, good artwork and not too many strokes, you could print the same job wet-on-wet. Granted, there are many jobs where you have to flash-cure. Just don't let it be every job.
Once the printed apparel and shirts are finished and done, it's expected that the members of the team such as the coach and players will get their very own personalized things. But have you ever thought of also making some for your cheerers and fans watching the game? In some instances, this is made into a very profitable business as the shirts are sold to the loyal fans. Therefore, it can also be done for the purpose of raising money or funds for certain causes.