877-659-2780

Contact

Catalog
100% Cotton T shirts
50/50 Blend T shirts
Beefy Tee
Pocket T shirts
Ringer T shirts
Long Sleeve T shirts
Fleece
Ladies Cut Shirts
Organic Cotton Tee's

Art
FAQ's
Samples of Screen Printed T shirts

About
Art Creation
Silk Screens
Print Set-up
Screen Printing
T shirt Drying
Packaging
Shipping

Embroidery

Art Upload

Request a Quote

Privacy Policy

T-shirts | Screen Printing | Promotional Products
Questions? 1-877-659-2780

Screen Printing

Drying of the Shirt

Gas T-Shirt dryer
Shown is the M&R Natural Gas Garment Dryer.

Cured T-Shirt

After the shirt is printed we place it on the dryers moving 
belt. The temperature inside the dryer is about 380 
degrees. The shirt will only stay inside of the drying 
chamber for about 37 seconds. Enough to heat the shirt 
and ink to about 335 degrees which bonds the ink to the garment.


Another person is inspecting the shirts for quality as it makes it way to the end of the oven, then folds the garments in dozens.


Screen Printing ink consist of four major components. Pigment, 
(for the color). Oil (for the base). PVC's and Plasticizers. 
When heated to 330 degrees, The oil evaporates and 
the plasticizers turn the PVC into plastic.


Yes, That print on your shirt is a thin coat of plastic 
bonded to the fabric of your shirt.

NEXT

Credit Card
"Quality Screen Printing - Great Prices - Excellent Service"
"Surprisingly and Refreshingly Simple
" (TM)
Questions?
1-877-659-2780

.
© 1998-2014 Fishead.net | 16069 SE 98th Ave. Clackamas, OR 97015 - Local 503.650.2780 | Toll Free 1.877.659.2780 | Fax 503.650.2931
All rights reserved. Use of any images, thumbnails, descriptions, or article content without permission is strictly prohibited under copyright law.