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Screenprinting is a printing technique used for the reproduction of documents or images on any material, in this case: textile. It consists of transferring ink through a mesh stretched in a frame, the passage of said ink is blocked in the areas where there will be no image through an emulsion or varnish created with an insolation machine, leaving a free the area where the ink will pass. The printing system is repetitive, that means, once the first model has been achieved, the printing can be repeated hundreds and even thousands of times without losing definition. Minimum recommended order are 30 units.
The embroidery process begins with the digitalization of the design, and this will allow the embroidery software to indicate to the machine where the garment should be embroidered and the exact punching. Contrary to what most people think you can not embroid a design from a digital file in bitmap format (png, jpg, tif, etc) or vector (eps, ai, etc). The design must be converted to a special digital file for embroidery. This file indicates the information of the type of stitches, color of the thread, points of perforation and quantity that the machine will need to perform the embroidery. This information is very important to know the production costs since depending on the complexity of the design the costs will vary. This digitization process is done only once, so the costs for subsequent work are reduced.
During this process it is necessary to bear in mind that very fine or very small details will hardly be appreciated in the final embroidery. The production process is done manually. Before the machine to be embroidered begins, the thread rolls of each color should be loaded in its corresponding head. An operator must program the machine correctly by setting the parameters such as embroidery speed, color sequence, etc. The garments must be individually placed in a frame so that they are ready for the embroidery process. Finally, once the embroidery process is finished, the strange stitches that have accumulated during the embroidery process must be removed. The type of material greatly influences the stitches that the machine must perform. A t-shirt, for example, has different stitches than those of a pair of jeans because the fabric is not that heavy. Materials such as polyester, wool, polar linings, cotton have a different stitch configuration.
The main advantage of digital printing is that, unlike silk-screen printing, there is no color limit. It allows to print t-shirts with photographs, gradients and shadows with an incredible quality and with a result even less perceptible to the touch than classic screenprinting. At the moment it is not possible to stamp on caps, raincoats, difficult materials in general, or shirts sleeves.