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I’d Sniff That Shirt

(3 customer reviews)

$22.99

When you are screen printing I’d Sniff That Shirt . Most printers either push or pull. And while both work well in our opinion, we consulted the screen printer pro’s at Ryonet to get their take on the matter. Pushing is much more ergonomic for your body. Pushing the squeegee puts less pressure on your wrists, shoulders, and joints because it allows the strength of your upper body to push the squeegee across the project you’re working on. Because it requires less effort, it results in faster production time. The disadvantage? The push method only works well at a forty-five-degree angle which means you can’t get to those hard-to-reach sharper and lower spots. All in all, if you need a large amount of ink applied to a print, this is a great method to use.

I’d Sniff That Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

I’d Sniff That  Classic Women'S T-Shirt
Classic Women’S
I’d Sniff That  Long Sleeved T-Shirt
Long Sleeved
I’d Sniff That  Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
I’d Sniff That  Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
I’d Sniff That  Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’S
Pulling your squeegee is a lot tougher on your body I’d Sniff That Shirt . It’s a little uncomfortable because you’re going against what feels natural. With that said, the pull method makes it easy to achieve different angles and position at lower angles. This method allows you to adjust the quality and thickness of the project, too – a more upright angle deposits less ink and a less upright angle deposits more ink. Make sense? You can apply a large amount of ink or a little amount of ink with this method, making it work seamlessly for inside label prints and smaller details like seams. All in all, a printer who’s dedicated to their craft should be well versed in both methods. Each boasts unique benefits and also has drawbacks, so learning both will allow you to create the best quality product on a variety of materials.Do you have a favorite technique? If so, we suggest switching things up every now and then for a different effect!
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3 reviews for I’d Sniff That Shirt

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    Chris Locklin

    This is why you buy

    Purchased August 2020, ‘heavy cotton’ 100% cotton, color ordered and received is pure white, made in Nicaragua, with no odor when new. Fabric is thick enough to be opaque and not so small to be form fitting (I am pretty wide), suitable for wear as a shirt as well as an undergarment. My XL was really an XL-long which means it has a long trunk section that will not come un-tucked (plumbers crack for instance) but not so long it looks odd if you wear it un-tucked. Double stitching at seams with an arm length slightly above the elbow. This is ideal for applying company logos, or tie dye. Perfect for a full figured male (or female) or a thin person who doesn’t want a clingy fit. Completely satisfied.

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    Roberta Kneisel

    Good quality tees, accurately sized. Print quality is not 100% perfect, but still good. Fair delivery time too.

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    Diane Wyant

    Great Quality
    Purchased these shirts as a gift and they were exactly what I was looking for. These shirts were comfortable, soft, and the quality of the fabric was great for the cost. The shirts fit perfectly and I will probably purchase more in the future.

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