Screen Printing
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Screen Printing

Screen printing is a tried and trusted method to brand your uniforms

You can print on most garments, including t-shirts, polos, jackets, bags and aprons, using this highly versatile printing method. Minimum quantities apply.

With screen printing, your logo is reproduced by squeezing inks through mesh screens directly onto your garments. A separate mesh screen is required for each colour in your logo so designs with many colours cost more than simple one colour designs.

Screen Printing


T-Shirts, Polos and Singlets
Hoodies, Sweat Shirts and Jackets
Hi Vis Workwear
Bags - School, Sport/Team, Laptop, Conference
Promotional Bags - Calico, Cotton, Non-Woven Fabric
Reusable Coffee Cups

How Screen Printing Works

Screen printing is a traditional stencil method where your artwork is printed by pushing inks through a stencil on a mesh screen directly onto the garment. Your logo or artwork has to be separated into solid colours and a separate mesh screen is prepared for each colour in your artwork.


  • Best choice for large orders with a large print area.
  • Ideal for branding on pockets or seams.
  • Not as durable as embroidery - if you wash and wear your garments regularly, embroidery may be a better option.
  • We require high quality files of your logo/artwork. We accept AI, EPS, PDF or JPG.
  • Colour combinations are limited. Maximum number of printed colours is usually six.
  • Screen printing can only be applied to flat surfaces.

Screen Printing Examples


Can I print the same design on different items?

Absolutely! In many cases, we provide complete branding solutions for uniforms and promotional products, from T-shirts and hoodies, to aprons and bags. Talk to your local store about customisation options.

I want to print my logo on several different shirts, can you do that?

Yes, no problem at all – so long as the ink colours are the same, or we can change colours for an additional fee.

What are the advantages of screen printing?

- Best for bulk orders.
- Vibrant, crisp finish and colours.
- Versatile - can be printed on almost any surface.

What are the disadvantages of screen printing?

- Not practical for small volume runs
- The more colours you pick, the more set up is involved, and the higher the cost.
- Photos are difficult to reproduce.


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