Since 2008, eRiver has been screen printing quality work for team organizations, churches, bands, schools, non-profit organizations and more. All of our custom screen printed apparel is done on location by one of our trained professionals.
We have several presses that give us the capability to print thousands of t-shirts per day. With more than a decade of experience, we ensure that our customers receive quality products they are proud to wear.
We supply the apparel. Pick from a variety of styles we offer, including but not limited to, t-shirts, caps, polos, and outerwear. You just provide your graphic and leave the printing to us.
Learn about what goes best with your desired fabric and graphic.
Due to its durability, flexibility and versatility, plastisol ink the the most widely used garment ink.
Reduces the viscosity of the ink and allows for a softer print. Used for a "vintage" look.
Metallic ink is a pre-mixed pantone color applied to your project during the printing process using the same offset machine. This provides you with a shimmer look and gives it a glitter affect.
Foil stamping is the process of applying a metallic foil onto your printed paper stock with heat and pressure. It gives the product a reflective mirror like look.
CHOOSE YOUR STYLE
In addition to being a full service screen print and embroidery business, we also offer full service graphic design.
Whether you just need to make a few adjustments to a logo, or need us to create one from scratch, we will help you!
If you have your own artwork, we will review it to see how it will print. When needed, we will tweak and make necessary adjustments to ensure your graphic is of the highest quality. If you don't have artwork, we can design it for you.
APPROVE MOCK UP
After your artwork has been created or revised, we will send it to you for approval. Be sure to look over all the details of the mock up before approving the proof.
RUN THE PRESSES
Now the order is finally in production. Artwork needs to be prepped, films need to be output, screen need to be burned and finally your work is ready to print.