How Jumper Printing Works

Jumper Printing

Jumper Printing of printing designs and motifs on various garments. It can be used for anything from a new fashion design to a one-off event such as a sports match or fundraiser.

The process starts by applying a light-sensitive substance, called an emulsion, to the screen. This is then exposed to light and hardened. Once this step is complete, the printer will make any necessary touch-ups and adjustments. The stencil is now ready to use.

Once the emulsion is dry, the printer will lower the screen onto the item or garment to be printed. Ink is then added to the screen, and a rubber blade or squeegee is then used to push the ink through the open areas of the stencil, imprinting the design onto the shirt. If the design has multiple colors, a separate screen is used for each color.

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An alternative to this method is using an iron-on transfer, which uses heat to apply the design to the garment. This can also be a great option for smaller orders.

Another option is discharge printing, which uses a special bleach to remove the original dye from the fabric, leaving behind the design. This technique only works with natural fabrics and isn’t very flexible, but it can produce some very cool effects. Another less common method is embroidery, which uses thread to stitch the design into the garment. This can be a very durable method and is a good choice for more formal shirts, like polo shirts.

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