Screen printing

A type of printing in which ink is pushed through a screen with a squeegee onto a substrate. Screens are made by producing positive, clear films of the customers' artwork and exposing the screen to UV light through the film on a vacuum exposure table. The screen is washed out leaving only areas that were exposed to the UV light. This process will work with halftone dots and shading, but it is more limited than offset printing due to the screen itself and the fabric it prints on. The best results are achieved with screen printing when the art work is composed solid areas of color. Complex web effects produced in Raster based design programs such as Photoshop do not usually transfer well if the image is made of millions of colors


A process in which we stitch your logo onto a garment using computerized embroidery machinery. Because this process uses needle and thread, the artwork is limited to solid designs. Though we can use many different colors in your design, we cannot reproduce any type of shading or halftoning.

We work step-by-step with clients to ensure we create the exact garment you envision. Even if you don't have a specific vision, we take that as an opportunity to apply our proven design skills. Every project we take on, whether produced in-house or outsourced through a select group of companies, is closely supervised.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my order cost?

We will soon have an online quote order system available. Until then, please email quote@kwikgrafx.com, call (443) 618-4967. Since many factors influence the final price such as type and quantity of products, colors and complexity of artwork, and number of prints, we will offer you an individual price quote based on your personal needs.

Do you have a minimum order requirement?

We have a minimum of 12 garments per design for screenprinting or embroidery.

What is your re-order policy?

Reorders are strongly encouraged by waiving set up fees for all reorders except for screenprinting less than 24 garments.

When and how do I pay for my order?

We accept an initial deposit of 50%; balance is due upon the receipt of the finished pieces unless other arrangements are made prior to job initiation.

How long will it take to complete my order? Is rush service available?

Typical turn around is 10-14 days. We routinely complete orders in less time when our schedule allows. Yes, rush service is available for additional fee.

Do you offer delivery? If so, is there a charge?

We deliver any order over 48 garments free of charge. If it must be shipped we will cover regular UPS ground charges.

Is there an art charge?

Typically, we include 30 minutes design time, free of charge. Our regular design rate is $50 per hour.