Scheming Behemoth Blog How Custom Flag Printing Is Different From Screen Printing

How Custom Flag Printing Is Different From Screen Printing


custom flag printing is an inexpensive way to draw attention to your business, school, or event. These eye-catching promotional tools are made from washable and striking polyester fabric, making them resilient against harsh exterior elements. We use a high-quality dye sublimation printing technique, so your designs are vibrant and won’t fade with repeated washings.

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Our standard and custom flag sizes range from 3×5 feet to 15×20 feet and can be printed on both sides. Double-sided flags feature a piece of blocking liner that prevents image bleed through to the other side. This inner liner may make a quiet crinkling sound when scrunched, but it’s necessary to ensure that unique designs don’t bleed through to both sides.

Screen printing is an age-old method that uses screens to produce ink on a substrate such as fabric, paper, or plastic. A screen is created for each color in the design, which are then pressed against the substrate to apply ink. Using this technique is time-consuming but it’s a good option for larger orders or when color accuracy is paramount.

Digital printing gained popularity this century, as it’s like your own computer’s printer and is a more efficient process. Digitally printed custom flags can have a full-color montage, and unlike screen printing there is no additional cost to have multiple colors. The dyes are fused to the polyester, creating a long-lasting print that won’t crack or peel off. It’s important to note that PMS color matches are not guaranteed with digitally printed flags, but we do our best to match closely.

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