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N0300

N0300

Kid’s Unisex Heavy Weight Crew Neck Short Sleeve T-Shirt (Fuchsia)

SKU N0300P03220C

Regular price
$3.00
Sale price
$3.00
Regular price
$1.25
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Color

  • Created with Sketch. black
    Black
  • Created with Sketch. bright-yellow
    Bright yellow
  • Created with Sketch. charcoal
    Charcoal
  • Created with Sketch. fuchsia
    Fuchsia
  • Created with Sketch. heather-grey
    Heather grey
  • Created with Sketch. jade
    Jade
  • Created with Sketch. light-pink
    Light pink
  • Created with Sketch. lime
    Lime
  • Created with Sketch. mango
    Mango
  • Created with Sketch. navy
    Navy
  • Created with Sketch. orange
    Orange
  • Created with Sketch. purple
    Purple
  • Created with Sketch. red
    Red
  • Created with Sketch. royal
    Royal
  • Created with Sketch. sky-blue
    Sky blue
  • Created with Sketch. turquoise
    Turquoise
  • Created with Sketch. white
    White

Description

Weight

Fabric

Composition

Printing techniques

Serigraphy

Is a decoration technique consisting on transferring ink directly to the garment, through a tightened screen over a wood or aluminum frame. This technique allows a fast reproduction of the same image, over and over. It is recommended for large volume jobs because it has a lower printing cost.
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Serigraphy

Embroidery

Embroidery is a technique by which a text and/or an image is applied directly to the garment using an industrial sewing machine. It is recommended for fabrics such as pique polos, oxford or twill shirts. Our line of uniforms is great for this type of technique.
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Embroidery

Direct to Garment

This technique is very versatile since it allows making a sample very fast. The garment is placed directly in a DTG printer, which is merely an ink jet printer, which naturally, uses textile ink.
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Direct to Garment

Heat Transfer

In this process, an inverted image is printed on a paper, later it is transferred to the garment through pressure and heat, using an industrial iron. This technique is very interesting since the touch that the image leaves is perfectly smooth and soft to the touch.
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Heat Transfer

Size guides

T-Shirts - N0300

Size

Wide
Large
35.6 cm
44.5 cm
38.1 cm
47.0 cm
40.6 cm
49.5 cm
43.2 cm
52.1 cm
Tolerance

Wide

± 2.5 cm

Large

± 2.5 cm
Wide
Large
14”
17 1/2”
15”
18 1/2”
16”
19 1/2”
17”
20 1/2”
Tolerance

Wide

± 1”

Large

± 1”
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