Screen Printing

Screen printing is arguably the most versatile of all printing processes. We use it to print on a wide variety of substrates, including cotton, nylon, polyester, paper, plastics, and metals. Our most common use for screen printing is on T-shirts, Jerseys, Towels, and Bags. The price of cotton fluctuates all year long, therefore here at Classic we individualize each quote in order to give you the best price possible at any given time. Pricing for screen printing is dependent on a few key factors:

• Quantity of items
• Number of colors in the design
• Type and Color of substrate

Printing Process:


Here at Midland Clothing we have the capability to print up to 6 spot colors in one design.  Many times we can reduce the number of colors in a complex design using halftones. This process in turn saves our customers money. If designs require more than 6 colors we use a process referred to as 4-color process.  This process includes 4 screens made up of the CMYKcolor model. CMYK refers to the four inks used: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). With CMYK printing, halftones allow for a full continuous range of colors to be produced.