History of Screen Printing
Screen Printing or Silk Screening is defined as forcing ink or metal onto (a surface) through a prepared screen of fine material so as to create a picture or pattern. Long ago this was done by hand, in fact the origin of screen printing can be dated back to China during the Song Dynasty (960–1279 AD). It was then adapted by other Asian countries like Japan, and was furthered by creating newer methods.
Today we continue to enjoy screen printing or silk screen designs on our tee shirts, uniforms, other apparel, as a way to create a business, team or school identity. So, to keep up with the demand, we use advanced computerized screen print machines to create your custom designs. Furthermore, we can even use the computer to digitize most any design, slogan or logo using advanced design software. This allows our customers to put most anything they can imagine on their shirt.
We have extensive catalogs to browse for logo and font designs to create your own message or corporate identity. If your unable to find anything in our vast library, we can still help you create your own design with our own custom artist. Once the design is solidified, we can then move to the next step, finding the right apparel.
After the design is complete, it is time to decide upon the right apparel to complete the look. You have access to a vast array of colors and styles to choose from by browsing our suppliers online catalogs.
Production and Delivery
The final step is to put your design into production, and schedule a delivery date. As a local, family owned screen printing shop, we pride ourselves on our ability to work closely with our customers, and keep the delivery deadlines promised. By keeping “customer service” as our number one goal we build long lasting business relationships and friends that stand the test of time.
Please join our family, and let us work together to create what you need.