Screen & Digital Printing, Spartanburg, SC

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Yes, we can print that.

T-shirts have become a staple of everyday fashion. In addition, fabric printing technology has come a long way, and it is now easier than ever to create custom t-shirts with screen & digital printing. We will advise if screen or direct-to-garment printing is the best option for your order.

Screen Printing

Screen printing is a process that involves transferring a stenciled design on a flat surface with ink, a mesh screen, and a squeegee. Then, paint is pushed through the stencil to create the imprint of your design onto the surface of the chosen material. With a multi-colored design, each individual color is applied with a separate stencil.

Screen & Digital Printing in Spartanburg, South Carolina

Direct-to-Garment Printing

Screen & Digital Printing in Spartanburg, South Carolina The printing process for direct-to-garment (DTG) digital printing is very similar to printing out a piece of paper from your printer. DTG digital printing uses a special kind of printer that applies water-based ink directly to 100% cotton fabric using inkjet technology. It creates a permanent bond between the fabric fibers and the pigments. This printing technique is a money-saving alternative to traditional screen printing, which uses multiple screen stencils to apply each color individually. With DTG, you get a greater number of colors and more design detail. This makes smaller runs more affordable and accessible.


Graphic Design for Screen & Digital Printing

$25 for new design creation
This covers our sampling cost.
The minimum order is 24 pieces per design.

To learn more about our screen & digital printing services in the Spartanburg, South Carolina area, please contact us today at Common Threads Embroidery and Apparel.

At Common Threads Embroidery and Apparel, we offer screen & digital printing services for customers from Spartanburg, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Wellford, Greenville, Anderson, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, and Greer, South Carolina, as well as Gastonia, Catawba, Lincolnton, and Charlotte, North Carolina.