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Learning This Screen Trick is Just Like Printing Money

This type of image could be easily mass customized on a hybrid line.

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Using variable data printing, this is the type of image that could be easily mass customized on a hybrid line. This shirt was designed to resemble a $100 bill. It was DTG printed on a hybrid line and screen printed with color-change special effects in the security detail areas. The graphic was changed for my friend, Anthony Corsano, when he retired from Anvil Knitwear in 2017. His image replaces Ben Franklin’s, his initials and date of retirement replace the serial number, and things that Anthony would say are positioned in the security detail areas.

 

 

 

A detail of the image at 20x magnification.

Ben Franklin’s eye printed on hybrid, visible under a loupe at 20x magnification.

Color Changing Reflective on $100 with Reflection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michelle Moxley is a career research, development, and innovation expert, skilled in screen printing, special-effects printing, color separation, graphics, prepress, digital printing, and textiles. She is currently director of innovation at M&R. Follow her on Instagram @notoriousrandd.

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