CUSTOM PRINTING

CUSTOM PRINTING CONCEPTS

P: 02 6056 5187 E: christine@masprint.com.au

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Masprint sources from a variety of suppliers including AS COLOUR, JB'S & SHINY Yes we will also print on garments that customers supply.

Excellent
Based on 10 reviews
beca barnes
beca barnes
15/11/2022
Masprint were fast & exceeded our expectations in what we had asked for. The customer service was genuine & they were lovely to deal with. We are very happy with our purchase of our business stubby holders. We will be using Masprint again! Thanks guys, Bec & Scott- Scottys Service Centre
Jane Bradley
Jane Bradley
10/11/2022
Love the stubby holders. Thank you for the fantastic service given when ordering. Helpful & very quick. Great work everyone.
Lisa Blythman
Lisa Blythman
10/11/2022
Great Service, Fantastic Products and always on time
Steve Rose
Steve Rose
09/11/2022
Great product quality and exceptional customer service. Have had stubby holders made over a number of grand finals and nothing is too difficult for Christine and the team. Back to back next year
Wayne Marsh
Wayne Marsh
09/11/2022
Excellent service, excellent products, friendly and reliable service. Highly recommend
Alison Torr
Alison Torr
24/05/2021
Very helpful and would definitely recommend this business
Karin Serafin
Karin Serafin
19/11/2020
Henry is a great guy to chat too
greg haysom
greg haysom
05/06/2020
These guys are the best, I have been getting my mouse pads and shirts from here for years. Great product and a great price..
Leonie T
Leonie T
09/08/2017
Did an incredible job for my business, couldn't have asked for better. Will use them again and again. Went way beyond my expectations. Have recommended them to friends and others I deal with. Thank-you.
Greg Thomas
Greg Thomas
23/07/2017
Great informative family business for the supply of garments, and many promotional products.

Custom printing concepts

Masprint began in 1996, screenprinting t-shirts, stubby holders, HiVis safety wear etc. to stickers, caps/hats and small signs. all from a small shed in Wodonga

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LOGOS PRINTED ON JACKETS
printed jackets
Printed coffee mugs
custom branding for clubs & Business
Hi Vis for work & clubs
 

Screen printing and digital printing are two different methods used for printing images or designs onto various surfaces. Here are the key differences between these two techniques:

  1. Process:

    • Screen Printing: In screen printing, a stencil (or screen) is created by blocking off areas of a fine mesh screen with a non-permeable material. Ink is then pushed through the open areas of the screen onto the substrate using a squeegee, transferring the design.
    • Digital Printing: Digital printing involves the use of computer-controlled printers that directly apply the ink onto the substrate. The design is created digitally and then sent to the printer, which sprays the ink onto the surface.
  2. Setup and Cost:

    • Screen Printing: Setting up screen printing involves creating separate screens for each color in the design. This can be a time-consuming process and requires skilled labor. Therefore, it is more cost-effective for larger print runs where the setup cost is distributed over a greater quantity of prints.
    • Digital Printing: Digital printing does not require the creation of screens or other setup processes. It allows for easy customization and quick turnaround times. This makes it more suitable for small print runs or one-off prints, but it can be costlier per unit compared to screen printing for large quantities.
  3. Color Options:

    • Screen Printing: Screen printing offers vibrant and opaque colors. It allows for the use of specialty inks like metallic or glow-in-the-dark inks. Each color in the design requires a separate screen and pass with the ink, so the number of colors can affect the cost and complexity.
    • Digital Printing: Digital printing provides a wider color gamut and allows for detailed color gradients, shading, and photographic reproductions. It can produce a virtually unlimited range of colors and intricate designs without the need for additional setup or color separations.
  4. Substrate Compatibility:

    • Screen Printing: Screen printing can be performed on a variety of substrates, including textiles, paper, plastics, wood, metal, and more. It is particularly popular for fabric printing and creating durable, long-lasting prints on various materials.
    • Digital Printing: Digital printing is versatile and can be used on different substrates, including paper, fabrics, plastics, ceramics, glass, and more. However, certain substrates may require pre-treatment or specific ink formulations to achieve optimal results.
  5. Durability:

    • Screen Printing: Screen printed designs tend to be highly durable and resistant to fading, especially when using quality inks. The ink is typically thicker and sits on top of the substrate, providing excellent longevity and washability for textiles.
    • Digital Printing: The durability of digital prints can vary depending on factors such as the ink type, substrate, and post-printing treatments. While modern digital printing technologies offer good durability, they may not always match the longevity of screen printing, particularly for outdoor or heavily-washed applications.

Both screen printing and digital printing have their strengths and suit different applications based on factors such as quantity, design complexity, substrate, and budget.