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M - F

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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1060 E. Industrial Drive, Ste. M

Orange City, FL 32763

Why LR Printing

LR Printing in Orange City, FL is a professional t-shirt screen printing company that focuses on taking care of our customers. You get high quality prints with personalized apparel at discount prices. You get fast turnaround on all orders, 4-5 days after art approval. We handle every step of the t-shirt and apparel printing process in house.

 

Free Art Design!

 

Free Delivery!

 

We have a wide range of products and can help you find what you are looking for. At LR Printing we strive to keep you happy while offering nothing but the best in every avenue. We do not charge for art design and specialize in designing graphics from just a sketch or an idea. Our team will help you choose the right t-shirt or garment to ensure you get the best quality for a great price. We also offer free delivery near Orange City!As an apparel screen printing and embroidery company in Orange City, we can do numerous things ranging from jerseys, personalized shirts, hoodies, hats, bags, and much more. Whether it is for a school club, athletic team, work gear, family reunions, business logo or a custom t-shirt idea, if you are looking for professional service and quality apparel, we can help you achieve your goals.

About Screen Printing

Screen printing is a process by which ink is pushed through a screen onto a printing surface.  Screens are now made of polyester instead of silk and stretched over a wood or metal frame. The screen is coated with an emulsion in order to be able to allow a stencil to be created on the screen using a film positive and a light exposure unit.  One screen is used for each color that is printed.  Once all screens are “burned”, they are placed on a screen printing press, making sure each one lines up correctly in order to produce the image correctly.  Ink is then placed in the screens.  A squeegee is used to pull the ink across the screen, which forces the ink through the screen onto the printing surface.  Once all the colors have been printed, the garment is run through a dryer in order for the ink to properly dry or cure.  For most garments, plastisol ink is used.