We start with a traditional screen in an aluminum frame. We smother it in goop (emulsion) and then burn your image into that goop, creating a screen that will only let ink drop through the portion that is your design. We drop the ink through the screen and cure the garment in a big dryer and VOILA custom made, grade A, spectacular apparel.
This method is preferred by some customers and can mitigate work and cost with larger orders. There are a few limitations to this process that make it ideal for bulk orders in which you know precisely how many items you will need and will not have need for any additional items. We also have to set up a new screen for each and every design you wish to print, which can get pricey when smaller orders get multiple designs.
We have contracts with the top embroiderers around the world and several are right in Marquette county. We barter the best price for you and will assist in deciding which vendor best suits your needs and what you are looking to have embroidered. Because we order many pieces through each of these top embroiderers we receive a price break that is then passed on to you, the customer. This means we do the work of finding the right embroiderer for you, work with them to make your order correctly, and get you the product for less than if you just walk in off the street to get the same thing made.
SCREEN HOLD SERVICES
This method is far preferred by most simply because it has added the flexibility of ordering your custom design on what you want, whenever you need it, with no minimums.
We start with the exact same traditional screen in an aluminum frame. We smother the same goop (emulsion) and then burn your image into that goop, creating a screen that will only let ink drop through the portion that is your design. We burn that image in the inverse, so it is like looking in a mirror. Then we drop the ink through the screen onto a teflon coated sheet, curing the ink in a big dryer onto the sheet.
Now you have your design laid out in ink on a teflon sheet, we call them ScreenHolds. We can make as few as 6 and as many as you may need and you may use them on whatever apparel you may need now, as well as leaving some in stock to use in the future as you see fit.
THE CITY OF MARQUETTE
THE MARQUETTE PROJECT
Support your favorite local parks and landmarks, and look good doing it!
These Goods Are Good for Marquette is a new merchandise program to benefit local parks and landmarks, launched by the City of Marquette.
A portion of all sales will be donated to the Marquette city parks program.
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