Screen printing originated in China and was introduced to Western Europe in the late 1700s.

Screen printing is a technique that uses a mesh screen to transfer a  stenciled design onto a material surface using inks and dyes.  The ink  is forced through tiny openings, that form the design, of the mesh  screen either by hand, squeeging, or by a manual or automatic printing  press.  Colors are printed independently through separate screens, one  at a time.

Embroidery was originally done by hand with a needle and thread.

Modern embriodery is now being stitched using computerized inspired  embriodery machines.  These machines digitize, or convert a digital  image onto a stitch format, using specialized embroidery software.

This technique is widley used among business around the world to create  personalized logos and monograms for their companies' corporate apparel.

Business shirts, jackets, hats, team athletic apparel, and bags are a few of the more popular items used to embroider.


  • Most versatile printing process on the market  
  • Able to print on a wide variety of substrates including; apparel, plastic, paper products, metal, glass, etc.  

  • Unlimited colors of inks and dyes  
  • Various  techniques, such as blending of ink colors and applying a thickness to  the ink, can create interesting and unique effects to your design  
  • Most cost effective and economical marketing strategy used by companies around the world 


  • Adds a professional and sophisticated look to your companies products
  • Creates eye-catching designs that will appeal to your clients 
  • Great for higher quality buisness wear and corporate events  

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