We are a screen printing club/small business housed within PV High School made up of and run by students. We are learning the process of entrepreneurship via a screen printing business.
We design and print for many different school and community functions.
Our students enjoy creating different concepts and products for our clients. Please note that all proceeds benefit our students directly via improving their educational experience/equipment at the school.
What can we screen print or Embroider on? Shirts (infant to adult), sweatshirts, sweat pants, tote bags, scarves, aprons, athletic jerseys, and just about any article of clothing you wear.
Screen Printing prices vary depending on the type of shirt or item, quantities, and the number of ink colors desired.
Contact Us for exact pricing. Please have the following info ready.
* Quantity and sizes of shirts
* Color of shirts
* Location(s) of the design or words (front, back, sleeve, left chest, etc)
* Number of different colors per location (Example: Left chest 2 colors, back 1 color)
Turn around time:
We typically can get your product done in 5-8 business days or less once the artwork/design is approved. Items that have to be special ordered or that are not in stock may take a little bit longer. If you need it done faster, please indicate this to us with first contact.
Additional Screen Printing Stuff
The Process A-Z (Quick Version)
A design is created in Adobe Illustrator (AI file) to ensure that it is outlined (vectorized) and reviewed to ensure that everything is sharp and size correctly. The final design is printed on a transparency and then placed on a screen that has a special photo chemical on it called emulsion. The screen with the design is placed into an exposure unit to shoot a UV light through the screen. After a short time the transparency is removed and the screen is shot with high pressure water, revealing the image that was on the transparency. The screen is then dried, put on the screen printing press, aligned, and after adding some ink, is ready to print onto whatever item is being printed on. The ink on the item is then heated to a specific temperature to ensure that the design does not wash out and prevent cracking.