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For the HD ink I’d Rather be Lost In College Station Maroon T-Shirt . You’ll need a higher thickness micron level on your screen, which could range from 250 – 400-microns. The thicker the screen micron is, the more deposit of ink you’re going to get through the screen. The process for printing with high density ink is similar to screen printing with regular plastisol, except the layers will need to flash at a slightly higher temperature – 450 degrees F for 6 seconds. Also, keep in mind that once all the ink is applied and it’s put in the dryer, the dryer temperature should be higher as well, between 380 – 400 degrees F, to ensure you get the dimension you’re looking for. At Eagle, we showcased this effect on our Women’s Cropped Fleece Hoodie. Get more details in our video!
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The final techniques we were able to see in action at Eagle were actual embroidery and faux chenille I’d Rather be Lost In College Station Maroon T-Shirt . Faux chenille is an incredibly complex screen print done with different types of ink to get a mimicked embroidery look. To get the unique faux chenille treatment on our Men’s Jersey Short Sleeve Hoodie, Eagle used a mixed process, involving bases and additives, such as puff and suede puff to create that faux embroidered look. Puff is a standalone ink as a base, which has a spongy feel and rises under heat. Suede puff is a mixture of puff and other additives. It is softer than puff, but has minimal lift. For our design, there were only five colors, but they used 10 screens to add in all the speciality effects to create one cohesive look. As for real embroidery, the key is make sure the artwork is detailed. The embroidery machine at Eagle is all digitized, so once the artwork is uploaded, it’s told exactly what kind of stitches to put where. See how the two techniques compare in our video below!
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Roberta Kneisel –
Good for price. Bargain/novelty use, medium to medium/light weight.
Good for general or novelty use, but these are not heavy-weight like upper-end graphic tees. If you want good and heavy t-shirts for work, these are not it.
For embroidering, these do need more stabilizing than the white heavy-duty t-shirts you can get at a certain warehouse store, but I needed a good choice of colors. The colors are rich and the ones I’ve received have had no blotches and the seams have been solid. But I do check every shirt before I work on it.
These do begin to show wear/age after 5-6 washings, but if you just need smart-looking shirts for events like workshops and birthdays, these will do!
Richy G. –
Great t-shirt. Great value
When asked why do I wear a black t-shirt 365 days a year I respond, “because they don’t make anything darker”. Needless to say I own a bunch of black t-shirts. This brand, for fit, durability, comfort, warmth, and value for your dollar, is as good as most any I own and I own a bunch of these. 100% satisfied