I received a few enquiries about the term “SILK SCREENED” method used to print the AFS tees. The question has been: Do you use silk?!? The answer is:
Oct 29, 2011
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received a few enquiries about the term “SILK SCREENED” method used to print the
AFS tees. The question has been: Do you use silk?!? The answer
“Silk screen is basically an old term for screen printing because it was
originated during the ancient Chinese dynasties to screen their silk. The
screen material used nowadays is mostly polyester as but the newest method is
the as well as photosensitive screens generated by computer software.
The latter is actually what is used for my tees.
“Most people use photosensitive screens
for screen printing. The screen is covered in a light sensitive emulsion
which reacts to UV light. The artist places a stencil of the desired pattern on
the screen, exposes it, and washes the screen. The areas exposed to light will
harden, creating an impenetrable layer, while the covered areas of the emulsion
will wash away, allowing ink to pass through.”
All shirts (female tops and men's shirts) are trendy,
made of good quality cotton and good brand names. Many of the brand names
include pre-washed shirts, and all have an excellent fit, making them a nice
evening casual wear. The designs are all high quality silk screened that enhance
the quality of the garment. Our prices barely cover the costs (shirt and silk
screening), but it is because our interest is to make this a good opportunity to
spread the word. Our goal is simply to make these garments attractive enough to
be worn in a relaxed mainstream atmosphere while passing on the message. We do
hope you will support our
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