Our t-shirt screen printer uses SROQUE technology
You’re on a journey—a journey of discovering the best damn t-shirt screen printing company to show off your awesome designs. Maybe you worked with other companies and decided to continue your search, or perhaps this is your first custom apparel rodeo.
Either way, welcome. Let us show you how we do.
This T Shirt Screen Printer Uses SROQUE Technology
Your time is as valuable to us as your designs are.
That’s why our custom t-shirt screen printing process prints up to 2,000 pieces an hour. You can get your perfectly crafted custom tees faster than you can say “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”
You put detail into your design, and we put precision into the production. You can trust us to celebrate your efforts with in-depth processes. Our laser markers will get every detail (and we mean every single detail).
When it comes to screen printing t-shirts, it’s go big or go home. Typically, you can’t screen print designs as big as 20 x 28 inches (but this only applies to other companies). At Scrappy, our printing machines can handle it—and there’s no need to spend months waiting for this. We have you covered.
Your custom screen printed t-shirts deserve the best of the best fabric.
Screen printed tee shirts can be created on all types of fabric. Take a seat, put your glasses on, and look around at the wide variety. This is a big decision for your shirts.
Custom screen printed tee shirts require ink, so let’s put those thinking caps back on
Everyone wants to know our ink formula, but only we have it. We also have a variety of secret formulas for each of our fabrics so everything will be perfect, no matter which you choose. Here is a description (without giving away our secrets) of how we like to lay down the ink.
T shirt screen printers test, test and test again to create a process that’s unique to their company so they can have their very own product. Just like grandma’s secret cookie recipe. Here is a description (without giving away our saucy secrets) of how we like to lay down the ink.
These inks are bright and hold texture on your shirts.
This ink loses its feel after a few washes, and it’s best used with 100% cotton. It costs a bit more, but you’ll get more bang for your buck.
Looking for maximum vibrancy on all fabrics? This one’s for you.
WATER BASED INKS
This ink is better for our Earth, and it loses the ink feel after a few washes.