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Hello guys,

As i said before, i used to screen print for passion. I perform very well in the "HOBBY WAY" (adding correct amount reducer,separate colors by myself, figure out the squeegy pressure, curing ect...)
I met a shop owner (he has many shop) and he love my prints quality and the feeling!
and now i'm getting lots of shirts to print (1500 pcs) and i need to apply the ''PROFESSIONAL WAY''
I NEED SPEED, OPTIMIZATION, QUALITY, AND NO WASTE OF INK AND WORKFORCE
This design need to be printed on both dark and light shirt with Plastisol opaque ink.

Questions are:
What is the best effective way you would separate this image?
What will be your screen order?
Can i print this wet on wet or fash in between each colors?
Do i need to mix all these colors spot or CMYK process print will be good?
In terms of speed, is there a combination of steps that will help me deliver this quicker ?
will registration be a problem ?
will you do white base and print wet on wet?

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Thanks a lot for your times guys,, truly appreciate!
Sawan
 

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Photoshop, looks like all the colors are solid.... use the selection tool and select 1 color at a time drag them over to a new workspace (the same size and fit them together) once this is done you will have new layers in the second workspace. hide all the layers except for the one you want to start with. create a color overlay with Black and save. - repeat. you will have the artwork ready for burn.
 
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