The Benefits of Using Art Brands Screen Printed Heat Transfers

Publisher: Art Brands Holdings, LLC

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The Benefits of Using Art Brands Screen Printed Heat Transfers

What’s The Differences Between Traditional Screen Printing and Heat Transfer Printing • Traditional screen printing also known as direct screen printing or silk screen printing is a method of pushing ink with a squeegee through the open areas of a right reading stencil directly onto the garment or item. • Screen printing heat transfers – screen printed transfers is also a method of pushing ink with a squeegee through the open areas of a wrong reading (mirror image) stencil onto a special coated heat transfer hot peel release paper or a hot peel pet film instead of the T-shirt, garment, fabric, or item. • When it comes to the great screen printing vs. screen printed heat transfer debate, remember an Art Brands screen printed heat transfers will outlast the shirt when they are applied properly. Hot peel plastisol heat transfers are very affordable and easy to manage, especially if you only have a small work space, or lack the equipment and consumables and expertise required for printing directly onto garments. Almost anyone can heat press and hot peel an Art Brands heat transfer with a heat transfer machine successfully on their first try.