All over t-shirt screen printing, commonly known as "all over printing" has become a popular method of shirt decorating.
The name "all over printing" pretty much sizes up what the print technique is all about–applying a screen print to most or all of entire print surface of the garment.
This is accomplished by having large size artwork, using large screens and printing the shirt on top of large platens.
The shirt is coated with a solution to stiffen it to make it print ready and is held to the platen with adhesive.
ASPA member Spreadingink is a specialist in all over printing. They have an excellent info page on the all over printing technique complete with photos. Learn more…
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