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There are different types of printing. See below for the differences on each and you just might find one that you would like to try.
- Spot Color Printing
- 4-Color Process or CMYK
- Simulated Process
Spot Color Process
This is by far the most popular and common form of printing. By using as many colors as desired, each separated per screen, the image can be printed on the screen. Inks range from Plastisol, Water Based, and specialty inks among some. Quantity of garments, amount of colors, and quantity of locations will vary the price.
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4-Color Process or CMYK
4-Color Process Printing which is also known as CMYK is the process most popular when wanting to print and image or photograph with many different colors. In this process, colors Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black or CMYK are layered on top of one another to create the image. Very close to how your printer prints pages. This process is used on light garments and it is the most cost effective way to go if printing an image with many half tones and shades on the print.
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The distressed process is used when a vintage, worn-in, cracked look is desired. For certain kinds of prints, this process is exceptional and looks great.
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Simulated Process Printing
This process is one of the most expensive, but, it does work best when wanting to do an image with many tones and shades. This process separates all the colors into 8 shades of colors but not all 8 are necessarily needed. Combines all similar colors and makes it one and is best when printing a complicated design on a dark garment.
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