Screen Printing is a form of printing in which a thick paste ink is forced through a stencil attached to a finely-woven mesh screen, transferring ink to the desired apparel in those areas not covered by the stencil.
At Windmill Productions, Screen Printing is used on Larger orders (usually over 25 pieces) however if you have had us print a large order in the past and only need a few additional pieces of the same item, we can usually accommodate you. If you have any questions, or would like to schedual a time to go over a product, click the link below.
Heat Transfer Printing
Heat Transfer is a means of transferring a design to apparel using heat and pressure. In heat transfer printing, a design is printed in reverse on a special release paper using a plastisol-based ink . The printed image is then placed against the desired substrate (commonly a fabric, such as a T-shirt) and subjected to high temperature and pressure for a short period of time. After the substrate has cooled, the release paper is peeled away and the image will have been transferred to the substrate.
Windmill Productions will use this method on smaller orders. Feel free to contact us with any questions.