Which option is right for me?
Premier Table Linens is committed to offering you the best products and also the best advice, In order to help you in your Printed Tablecloth or Printed product decision we have developed this page to better assist you. We understand that Custom Printed Tablecloths and printed products can be a very confusing product to not only order but also understand the processes fully and ensure your monies are placed in the best product to promote and brand your business.
We are here to help, If you have questions after reading this page or if you would just rather talk to one of our helpful staff members about digital printed tablecloths or the benefits of digital vs screen printed for your specific application then please call our digital art department at 1 800 937 1159 Extension 3 and one of our team members will be more than pleased to advise you on your best way forward with your custom printed project. You are also welcome to use our live chat feature or to e mail us with any questions as well.
Digital Printing – Dye Sublimation Printing (Also referred to as 4 color Dye Sublimation)
Digital printing is a great option for smaller print runs up to quantities of 12, keeping them affordable while offering a wider array of colors. We can create more vibrant, colorful, and detailed prints with digital. Digital printing can create any color or gradient very easily. We utilize the latest technology in custom graphics to reproduce your original digital images. Multicolor photographic-quality images are created through our digital method. In fact with our digital printed tablecloths and banners we can print any color you desire, our only limitation is that we cannot reproduce metallic colors. Our meticulous attention to detail and exceptional quality printing process allow us to meet and exceed customer expectations on every order.
Advantages of dye-sublimation over other methods of textile printing:
Images are permanent and do not peel or fade.
Dye does not build up on the fabric.
Colors can be are extraordinarily brilliant due to the bonding of the dye to the transparent fibers of the synthetic fabric.
Truly continuous tones can be achieved that are equivalent to photographs, without the use special techniques such as half-screen printing.
The image can be printed all over the entire item, with no difficulty in printing all the way to the edges.
Finished image and fabric are smooth to the touch as the dye sublimation ink becomes part of the fabric with no raised areas.
3 Business Day turnaround from proofing.
Using blends of 4 colors allows us to create full color prints. The four basic colors used in printing: cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
Screen printing is a great option if you are looking to order a larger quantity of tablecloths 12+, with a one or two color logo or printed design. Screen printing (see graphic below) is the traditional method of printing onto textiles and has been used very successfully for many many years and is probably the format that you are most familiar with. We do have a minimum order quantity of 12 pieces per logo when ordering screen printed tablecloths. We also offer pricing on a single color print, Black print on white tablecloth for example, or a two color print red and black on a white tablecloth. We do offer more than 2 color options for your ink with screen printing and will provide a price on request, however the more colors added the more expensive it becomes. 1 or 2 color are the most cost effective hence these being our primary options.Reason for choosing Screen Printing over other methods of textile printing:
- Cost effective for 12+ Qty
- Best option for one or two color logos or lettering
Ideal for corporate large bulk runs hotels, restaurants etc
Jairon November 24, 2012 at 1:55 pm
Dye Sublimation Printing sounds better but a sample image would have been great.
Tim Norrison November 19, 2012 at 11:30 pm
This is a very informative article, keep it up.
Amanda Sakovitzon September 27, 2012 at 4:00 pm
I love the idea of Screen Printing!
colleen boudreauon September 25, 2012 at 1:56 pm
I prefer Dye Sublimation Printing.
Brett Wulfon September 24, 2012 at 7:59 pm
Steve Pon August 7, 2012 at 11:07 am
Great article Ryan, Thanks for taking the time to put this together, I am looking forward to receiving our tablecloths. It has been a pleasure working with you the whole process has been both informative, educational and enjoyable.