Ink from a blocking stencil is pressed through woven mesh onto the shirt. To print multiple copies of the screen design on garments in an efficient manner, amateur and professional printers usually use a screen printing press. There are three common types of screen printing presses: the 'flat-bed', 'cylinder', and the most widely used type, the 'rotary'. Many companies offer simple to sophisticated printing presses. Most of these presses are manual. A few that are industrial-grade-automatic printers require minimal manual labor and increase production significantly. This is one of the techniques we use for printing our shirts. We guarantee the highest quality of shirts and printing for your order. If you are concerned about which technique we are using to print your order or have any questions, feel free to contact us.



We are proud to offer Direct to Garment (DTG) printing on both light AND dark garments at Marching Band Gear. Direct to Garment (DTG) printing is a process wherein special water-based apparel inks are printed directly to your garment. This is NOT a transfer or heat press material. Full color prints are now possible at an affordable price and super fast using our ink jet technology.

• No minimum order quantities
• Ability to print extremely detailed images (gradients, shading, full color photographs, etc.)
• Unlimited full color printing. Prints are not charged per color
• NO screen setup charges 
• Advanced water-based ink technology binds the ink directly to the fibers of garments resulting in incredibly soft imprints.


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