KNK Screen Printing
|Q:||How do I find KNK Screen Printing?|
|A:||We are located at 838 W. 2nd St. Hastings, NE inside Kopz N Konz. Here is a detailed location, map.|
|Q:||What does KNK stand for?|
|A:||KNK Screen Printing is a division of Kopz N Konz which is what KNK stands for.|
|Q:||What are KNK Screen Printing's hours?|
|A:||KNK Screen Printing is open from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon. - Fri.|
|Q:||How do I contact KNK Screen Printing?|
|A:||You can call us at (402) 834-0114, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our contact form.|
|Q:||What does KNK Screen Printing do?|
|A:||Please check out our services.|
|Q:||What do you charge for a custom print?|
|A:||Because of the many variables in determining the price for a project it is best to call or e-mail us about prices. We will be happy to help figure out pricing.|
|Q:||What all can you print on?|
|A:||Anything that can be layed flat and is made out of cotton, polyester or nylon. Other materials at the scrutiny of KnK Screen Printing. We mainly print on t-shirts but we have printed on a large variety of products such as; sweatshirts, hoodies, hats, koozies, pants, shorts, lugage, towels and a few others. If you have something you would like something printed on and it's different from what's listed here, just stop by, e-mail us or use our contact form!|
|Q:||What is Silk Screening?|
|A:||Aka: Screen Printing.
Silk screening is the process of using a stencil to apply ink onto another material.
It's a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink or other printable materials which can be pressed through the mesh as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate. A fill blade or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink into the mesh openings for transfer by capillary action during the squeegee stroke. More.
|Q:||What is Vinyl?|
|A:||Heat transfer vinyl is a special material that is adhered to fabric and other surfaces by a process involving heat and pressure. Heat transfer vinyl can be used to affix designs and lettering on
garments, such as t-shirts, as well as on other items. The vinyl can be cut using specialized equipment, such as a vinyl cutter, allowing for an almost unlimited range of design possibilities.
Specialty heat transfer vinyls, such as metallic, flock and glow-in-the-dark are popular and attractive materials used in the heat transfer press industry.
Vinyl is good for personalization such as a name or number on sports/fanwear. Also good for simple logos and designs for a wide veriety of apperal and fabric excessories. More.
|Q:||What are Rinestones?|
|A:||Rhinestones are colored faceted transparent crystals that are adhered to fabric for the purpose of creating a shiny bling effect. Rhinestones come in a wide variety of colors and materials. More.|
|Q:||Do I have to bring in my own design?|
|A:||We always encourage our customers to bring in their own art but we will also be glad to create something for you based on your needs. We have an artist standing by to work with you to create you a one-of-kind original design, whatever your needs may be. Let's get started now!|
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