Misprint Monday – Sometimes Don’t Screenprint

Sometimes the best way to avoid a mis-print is to not print. Screenprinting is what we mostly do at my company and in this case screenprinting is what the customer wanted. However, sometimes you just have to face that you can’t do something. This artwork has tiny type and it was not going to reproduce by screenprinting and we didn’t even try. We went straight to DTG (Direct to Garment) and the Kornit unit held most of the very fine type that is all over this piece. It worked great, even on a dark garment. In real life the type looks better than the photos I was able to take. Bottom line, we had a happy customer and we didn’t waste time trying something that was not going to work.

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