I hate to be picky but saying plastisol has no hand is not entirely accurate. You can still feel the ink in much the same way you can still feel the carrier with opaque inkjet transfers. The difference is minimal.DesignSource said:- Plastisol: This is more or less screenprinting onto a special transfer paper. When pressed, the plastisol ink releases onto the shirt. There is no cutting and no 'hand' after pressing because the carrier does not transfer to the shirt. Great for dark and light shirts. These you would most likely send off to get made for you because specialty printers would be MUCH cheaper in the long run.