Custom Logo Shirts Bulk T-shirt Printing

Many designer and artist brands born from this, in order to meet dozens of T-shirt customization printing orders, rely on a pair of hard-working hands to complete the sample design and production, and even hand-printing and dyeing. Inconsistencies in the finished product frustrate detail-focused designers. You can only step into the circle of looking for suppliers – testing and proofing – searching again – proofing again.

At most, a person can become an expert in a certain field. The designer focuses on the custom design of his own Custom Logo Shirts , and only needs to be slightly involved in the craftsmanship. The charm of digital direct printing is that there is no best printing, only better craftsmanship. For example, ink, equipment, not the most expensive, only more expensive. Spray once, spray twice, what’s the difference? Without contrast, there is no harm, and that’s the details of what’s going on below.

Many people will say that the traditional silk screen for T-shirt customization needs plate making, and does digital direct injection still need plate making? Yes, proofing is required. In terms of process flow, it is roughly divided into three steps: fabric analysis – spray fixing agent – spray white ink – spray color ink – drying – cleaning.

The best way to customize T-shirt printing fabric analysis (fabric calibration) is to create a new LUT, also known as a preset. The calibration process ensures that the value of every pixel in the image is printed correctly on the fabric, maintaining as many gray levels and transitions as possible.

Ideally, calibration should be performed for every combination of print resolution, fabric color (dark or light fabric), and fabric type (cotton or synthetic, etc.). Of course, it is difficult for general printing suppliers to complete this work. Metropolis uses LUT presets for custom fabrics similar to T-shirts. If the fabrics are not commonly used or are very demanding, you need to invite professionals to do the work.

Spraying the fixing agent is the first step. Some Bulk T-shirt Printing custom fabrics use hydrophobic softeners (silicon oil) and other additives in the post-finishing process, resulting in insufficient dose control of the fixing agent (pretreatment liquid). There are also light and thin fabrics. Using too much fixing agent will cause a series of problems.

If the T-shirt custom fixing agent is insufficient, the bottom will see through after printing, the color will be dull, and the image will be blurred; if the fixing agent is too much, the ink cannot adhere to the fabric, resulting in reduced color fastness, sticky hands after curing, and fine lines; even more serious Cutouts and pleats. In this link, the sample needs to be repeated several times to calibrate the fixing agent to achieve the best effect.

If the amount of ink is too small, the color will not be bright, and if the amount of ink is too large, it will cause color overflow. In the above picture, the ink is still insufficient at 50%, and the color overflow starts at 65%, and the best effect is 60%. It is the same as our home decoration without scratching white and directly applying color paint.