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Best Screen Printing Services in Oklahoma City, OK

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Edmond, OK 73025 Rating

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4.7 (19)
5.0 (7)

Why choose this provider?

JAK'd Up Tees is a family-owned custom t-shirt store that is located in Edmond, Oklahoma. The store offers budget friendly custom screenprinting for anyone looking for a custom shirt with a personalized touch. The staff at the store constantly strives to provide a quick turnaround and reasonable prices to their valued customers.

Norman, OK 73069 Rating

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4.0 (7)
5.0 (7)

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Transcript Press is a commercial printing shop in Norman, Oklahoma that has been in the business for more than 100 years. The company specializes in printing, screen printing, and embroidery. No job is too big or too small for them. Their screen printing facility is staffed with highly trained professionals that can handle most jobs.

Oklahoma City, OK 73127 Rating

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4.8 (10)

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Reflective Edge Screen Printing & Digital Imaging is a printing studio that is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Established in 1989, the company specializes in screen printing and digital images. Their complete apparel printing services include short and long sleeve t-shirts, pullover and zip-up hoodies, sweatshirts, sweat pants, shorts, polo shirts, and dress shirts. They offer a free quote and consultation.

Oklahoma City, OK 73013 Rating

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4.5 (8)

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CJ’s Custom Apparel is a screen printing studio in Edmond, Oklahoma and was originally established in 1999, previously known as Embroidery Magic. In 2011, Joseph and his father Michael Wehagen took over and renamed it as CJ’s Custom Apparel. The company specializes in custom screen printing, embroidery, rhinestones, banners, and promotional products and the studio is a member of Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce. They are a Better Business Bureau accredited business.

Noble, OK 73068 Rating

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4.8 (12)
5.0 (1)

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Universal Screenprinting, Inc. is a screenprinting studio that serves the people of Noble, Oklahoma and its surrounding areas. For more than 15 years, the company has been specializing in screenprinting, embroidery, and apparels. They only use the best in screenprinting technology and their fully automated M&R equipment ensures precision and quality for their prints. The company works with the best designers such as Creative Trash and Zeal Design Studio.

Moore, OK 73160 Rating

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Black Cat Screen Printing, LLC in Moore, Oklahoma has been specializing in classic t-shirt design and screen printing since it was established in 2008. They print all kinds of apparel such as t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, jackets, bags, blankets, etc. and use a variety of quality brands including Gildan, Hanes, American Apparel, Canvas, Bella, and more. The team at Black Cat isn’t afraid to work hard and they believe in old-fashioned values.

Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Rating

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5.0 (1)

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S&S Textiles, Inc. is a screen printing studio in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Established in 1972, the company in specializes screen printing, embroidery, from thumb tacks to banners, and webstore- pick it, click it, and pay it. Their services include process, design, garments, and garment care. They provide decorated garments and promotional products for individuals, businesses, schools, non-profits and even pets.

Compare our Top Screen Printing Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
JAK'd Up Tees
Edmond, OK 73025
Transcript Press
Norman, OK 73069
Reflective Edge Screen Printing & Digital Imaging
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
CJ’s Custom Apparel
Oklahoma City, OK 73013
Universal Screenprinting, Inc.
Noble, OK 73068
Black Cat Screen Printing
Moore, OK 73160
S&S Textiles, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK 73109


  • What is screen printing?

    Screen printing is a method of applying graphics to a T-shirt. It typically involves layering thick inks onto the shirt's surface instead of soaking them into the fabric. Screen printing is also sometimes called silk screening.

    Since screen printing generally uses thicker inks, this type of fabric printing is usually better for graphics with one or two colors. If you have more complicated, colorful graphics, direct to garment printing, or DTG, may be a better option.

    Major fabric printing methods include:

    • Screen printing or silk screening

    • Direct to garment printing

    • Stamp printing

    • Thermal transfer printing

    • Sublimation transfer printing

  • How does screen printing work?

    Screen printing works by using a silkscreen with an exposed design. Ink is swiped across the screen with a squeegee tool, and this action sends the ink design through the screen and onto the T-shirt.

    When graphics are printed onto a T-shirt using screen-printing techniques, the colors are sometimes allowed to dry between color applications, and subsequent colors are printed with another screen after the T-shirt is realigned on the press.

  • What is silk-screen printing?

    Traditionally, screen printing has been called silk-screen printing because originally, silk was the primary material used in the process. The mesh portion of the screen was made of silk. In modern times, synthetic threads are commonly used in the silk-screening process, with polyester being one of the most popular choices. Nylon and stainless steel are also used in some screen-printing applications.

  • How do I start screen printing?

    If you want to try screen printing at home, you can do it with a little bit of practice and some basic materials. To get started with screen printing, you may need:

    • A screen, usually made of polyester

    • Photo emulsion

    • A 150W light bulb

    • A screen-printing squeegee

    • Fabric paint

    • Two pieces of glass

  • How can I print T-shirts?

    To print T-shirts at home, you can try the screen-printing method described above. To print a lot of shirts, you may consider using a screen-printing company.

    While the exact steps and process varies by company, in general, you can expect to provide the T-shirt company with your desired design, either electronically or in person. You can choose other options, and the screen-printing company typically sends you a mock-up of what the finished design will look like; Then, after you approve it, they produce it according to your specifications.

  • How can I make a custom T-shirt?

    If you'd rather not go the screen-printing route, you can customize T-shirts in other ways.

    • Heat transfers, which involve using a printing machine and heat press machine to transfer designs to fabric

    • Embroidery, which involves intricate stitching using thread and special needles

    • Direct to garment (DTG) digital printing, a process that uses a special inkjet printer with special ink to print designs onto the fabric directly

    • Engraved roller printing, a process that involves dye being applied to fabric that’s passed through rollers engraved with designs in a printing machine

  • How do I design a T-shirt?

    When you design a T-shirt, there are a lot of factors to consider. Most of the time, screen-printing companies will ask you to submit a high-resolution file of the design you want printed. Sometimes, the company has in-house graphic designers who can create a design for you based on your specifications or ideas.

    Here are a few suggestions for optimizing your T-shirt design:

    • Ensure any text is readable, and you can do this by selecting the right fabric and paint color combination

    • Consider creating a contrast between your chosen T-shirt color and the screen-printing ink

    • Make sure the type size is big enough to read from a distance