Just curious if anyone had any insight to "all over printing" where the actual design is printed on the shoulders partial neck and a majority of the whole tshirts. Do you use a larger screen do you do it in separate sections. Any info will help. Thanks
There's also a press called a belt printer that will print the entire front surface area of the shirt (including sleeves). The print may look a little different every time, since the shirt is simply laid on a belt rather than stretched on a pallete.
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