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Photorealistic Prints with Screen Printing

  Simulated Process is a color separation process that turns a flat image that contains color blending, like a photograph, into color-separated channels ready for screen print. Each layer screen prints as one Pantone ink color that blends with the others to create the final image.  Simulated Process vs DTG You may wonder, what's the point in going through all the effort to separate a photo into 18 screens when digital printing exists? DTG also produces great photorealistic prints, but is...
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So What's the Difference Between DTG & Digital Squeegee?

  DTG, Hybrid, Screen Printing... Each printing method has their own pros and cons, and what will be most efficient for your business will depend on quantity, garments, and artwork....
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