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Maximize Your Digital & Screen Printing Results

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Screen printing and digital printing both have their advantages and disadvantages. Here are some of the key factors to consider.

Screen printing


    • Superior quality and vibrancy of colors, especially for high-volume printing

    • Options for different ink types, including metallic inks and textured inks

    • Ability to print on different substrates, including textiles, plastics, and metals

    • Cost-effective for larger print runs (usually above 100 units or so)

    • Durable and long-lasting prints


    • Limited color options for each print run and expensive to add additional colors

    • Time-consuming and costly to set up for each print run

    • Limited level of detail and image resolution

    • More difficult to produce “variable” content, such as personalized names and numbers

Digital printing


    • High level of detail and flexibility in printing different content on each print

    • Faster turnaround time and less expensive for small print runs

    • No setup costs, making it ideal for printing on demand

    • Wide range of color options and precise color matching

    • Ability to produce large prints on a variety of substrates


    • Initial setup cost for higher-volume printing can be expensive

    • Ink colors aren’t as vibrant or long-lasting as screen printing

    • Limited on the types of substrate that can be used

    • Slower printing speed than screen printing when large quantities are needed

It’s important to consider these factors carefully when deciding which printing method is best suited for your specific needs.

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