Screen printing is a printing technique used to push ink through a mesh stencil onto textiles. Each colour in your design requires a different stencil (or screen) to be made. Once the screens are made we make sure all colours line up (or register) to one another. We then print all the garments on an automated press which is capable of incredibly precise, repeatable printing on 1,000’s of t-shirts a day using the same screens. Even after the introduction of digital garment printing, screen printing remains the best process for printing textiles.