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How would we get this printed? IMAGE ATTACHED

Posted on Mon, 20 Nov 2006 at 12:53



We have several new shirt designs that we need printed. However, our usual printer has told us they can not do prints nearly this big. We've seen shirts like this is stores and know there has to be a way to get these shirts printed.

Any advise would be appreciated! (A specific business, method, etc.)

Thanks!
John

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demitrio says: Hopefully you've gotten this taken care of by now. Your printer must be afraid to tackle this image. Have they printed necklines for you in the past? If they can't go that big, then why not ask them ...

Hopefully you've gotten this taken care of by now. Your printer must be afraid to tackle this image. Have they printed necklines for you in the past? If they can't go that big, then why not ask them to break it down into two prints? They can print the face and then the bombs afterwards. It shouldn't be that hard to line them up. It might cost a little extra, but you can avoid having to go on this dicussion board next time. It shouldn't be that big of a deal. By the way I like the design. I'm not too high on the Hater logo, but that's neither here nor there. Late, demitrio

posted on: Thu, 11/30/2006 - 5:10pm
gloryhogg says: Hi: I could print that for you, I have a 4 color belt printer in southern california. Warren 4 Star Screen Printing 714-693-0175 posted on: Mon, 03/12/2007 - 9:11pm
Anonymous says: Warren's correct, that is a BELT PRINT. we also do belt prints in San Francisco. belt printers allow you to print very large print areas which can cover a whole shirt. if the image doesn't need to ...

Warren's correct, that is a BELT PRINT. we also do belt prints in San Francisco. belt printers allow you to print very large print areas which can cover a whole shirt. if the image doesn't need to be as large, you can use oversize screens i.e. 25"x36" and do a high placemnet to print over the neck...

you can't use regular plastisol since it will become an issue as it hits the seams...use waterbase and you'll find printing over seams aren't that difficult.

good luck... 8)

posted on: Fri, 03/30/2007 - 2:53am

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