Choose the best printing method.
For example, your circulation is 100 T-shirts, and you want to print several layouts, 5-6 pcs.
For example, you have a circulation of 100 T-shirts, and you want to print several layouts, 5-6 pcs. That is, we have 15 T-shirts for the layout. Well, in the appendage you have photos or full color, riot of gradients. The number is definitely your method. The best color rendition, repetition of all your gradients and short lead times.
If you have a couple of designs and this is a 1-2-color print,
or you want to print in a cut, or use unusual chips, such as special effects, etching with water colors or you have 1 layout for the entire batch of up to 5 colors, then, of course, this is silk-screen printing and pre-production. Here you have the choice of colors for pantone, and high wear-resistant characteristics, and high hiding power. In terms of cost, guided by the principle of “the fewer colors and more T-shirts, the cheaper”, silk-screen printing, of course, will be cheaper when converted to the production of one joke in circulation. Quite a long time ago, we made a comparative plate and a print selection assistant – a questionnaire in which you quickly find the right type of print for your print run.
P.S. Everything written above: a listing of technical specifications, both types of printing, you can easily find on the Internet. But what you will not find there is the use of specific examples in real life and for specific needs.