Do you want your brand to really stand out in a truly recognisable fashion? From the shopping street to shopping mall or any public place, your brand will be seen everywhere with these colorful cotton bags from Hetalls. For a good looking bag, printing plays a very important role. Repeat orders and word-of-mouth enquiries make up a large proportion of the work that we do. Quality bags with very fine printing are delivered on time and within your budget. We have many type of printing, recommending you he most suitable printing method is what our expert printing staff strive for. Using screen printing and heat transfer technologies, our expert staff do very fine job. The most commonly used method is screen printing
DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCREEN PRINTING
There are many different types of screen printing. We will always recommend the most suitable print method for your artwork. The primary differences in screen printing are about the type of inks used and the effects that they produce on the final product. The most commonly used inks in screen printing is plastisol ink which uses spot colours; if your design is full colour or if you want to achieve a different feel a different print method might be more suitable. Once we see your artwork, we shall recommend the most suitable & cost effective print method to get your idea printed without compromising quality.
A very popular method for producing personalised bags, screen printing produces excellent quality, long-lasting results and is great value for any size of orders. By use of the latest technology we can help produce high quality artwork and apply it to bags of your choice with screen printing. From the initial idea to the final product, our bespoke service is tailored to your requirements and we will help you every step of the way.
STEPS OF PRINTING
- Approval of Logo art work.
Once we get logo with size from you, our graphic designers will make to logo in a print ready format and send you for approval.
- Making the Screen
After the approval, the next step is to seperate each colour ( in case the logo has more than 1 color ) in the design. This is done by printing each part of the design onto its own clear film using a laser printer.
After that, we make the screens; a screen printing frame made of an aluminum frame with polyester mesh stretched over it.
A stencil of the logo is made by blocking parts of the screen in the negative space around your design by using a film or emulsion that is coated onto the screen. The frame and screen are put through a process in a dark room which hardens the light sensitive emulsion leaving behind a clean area in the mesh which is exact to your design.
After the screen has been exposed, it is rinsed with water and the clean area of the mesh, without emulsion, which have not hardened after exposure, rinses out leaving that area of the mesh open so we can print ink through it.
- Setting the press for printing.
Once the screens are dried and frame is lined with tape which prevents ink staining the screen and the printing object. The print screens are then set up onto the printing table.
Then the screens are carefully aligned to the precision marks, so they print where they are supposed to exactly, and the edges are taped. The products are tensioned and then placed under the screen. Now we’re ready to print.
- Preparing the colors with ink
Once the press is ready for printing, than the inks are mixed to make the desired colours as per order.
We can match PANTONE PMS colours using most types of screen printing.
- Ready for printing!
Now we are ready for print. A layer of ink will be lowered on top of the screen. The printing is started. Each printed product is placed around a platen and a special spray adhesive is used to hold it in place. A squeegee is used to press the ink through the mesh screen onto the garment to print your design; a separate screen is required for each colour in the design.
First few pieces are checked for color matching, sharpness and neat printing. Once adjusted and approved for printing, than mass printing is started till finish.
- Dry & pack
After the drying the printing bag, manual checking is done of each and every bag and packing in done as per the insutruction of the client as to pack of 10 or 50 according to the instruction.
For every color in the logo, we have to make separate screen. The fewer colours in your design, the less it costs to print. A screen cost around Euro 25. If the logo has two colors, it will cost 50 euro to make the screen. However for orders more than 3000 pcs, we do not charge any screen making charges.
SUBMITTING YOUR ART WORK – Reset by RS
Submitting your logo / artwork is easy, simply follow these instructions when you design & e mail the artwork for your cotton bags. Click on an instruction for more information.
- Submit your file in Vector.
- Safety margin is not needed.
- Bleed margin is not needed
- Convert fonts to outlines or embed all the fonts.
- Fonts should be at least 15 pt.
- View all submission specifications for this product
Put all in details above in the page
- The fastest possible turnaround for Cotton bags is:
- 9 working days
- To make sure that your order is delivered at the indicated time, it is important that we receive your file with your design for the product, on time (also called cut-off time). In this way the product can be put into production on time. The deadline is always communicated in the yellow bar on the product page, above the “Add to shopping cart” button.
- The cut-off time for your printed item may vary. This depends on the combination you choose. This has to do with the manufacturing technique and / or the order quantities.
- NOTE: The product delivery shifts a day every time the deadline for submission has passed. This is also the case if the file is rejected by us and corrected artwork isn’t supplied before the next cut off time