Screen Printing

Screen Printing

Screen Printing

About screen printing at ESP; We have worked with people from small independent clothing brands to large prestigious companies. Helping brands in the UK and overseas for the last 10 years.

Printing Methods

Spot colour print

Spot Colour

The most common type of screen printing is spot colour printing where each colour in the image is a solid colour, like a logo or cartoon type image.

CMYK Print

CMYK Process Print

Is recreating a picture like image or anything with many colours, this can be reproduced by using Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black dots.

Halftone Print


Is where the image has gradients or tones/shades of a colour creating depth.

Ink Types

Water-based ink is our first choice for screen printing as it is the most environmentally friendly option. As well as this, they leave the garment with a soft print and a durable finish. We are always looking for ways to improve our efficiency, and keep everything ethical, which is why we use organic garments where ever we can and support fair trade practises.

Plastisol ink

Plastisol Ink

Plastisol ink is the most commonly used in screen printing as it’s very easy to use and versatile. The most favoured ink used by most screen printers. We use the best inks from Sericol Fuji lm made in the UK, giving the best results and being ethical.

waterbased ink

Water Based Ink

Water based is the most ethical ink and is our preferred ink to use, the finish is more of a washed effect on light colours, very soft and smooth.  New super opaque water based inks are what we use for the white prints all made in the UK with professional finishes.

discharge ink

Discharge Ink

Discharge ink is the effect of having the image dyed into the fabric and is like a water-based screen printing finish but can be used on dark colours or used as an under base to give a not so heavy finish for large prints.

Speciality Inks

glow in the dark ink

Glow in the dark Ink

metallic ink

Metallic Ink

puff ink

Puff Ink

reflective ink

Reflective Ink

soft hand ink

Soft hand ink

neon ink

Neon Ink

How many colours is your design?

Print Placement

These are some examples of different screen printing positions but many other options are available, so let us know where you would like a print to be and we can tell you if it is possible.

At our Norwich workshop, our professional staff specialise in a range of screen printing methods which can be applied onto a variety of garments. We always aim to create the best printed products for our customers, at the highest quality, and competitively priced.

Screen printing is one of the most economical ways to get your designs onto clothing, and one of the most durable print methods. If you are looking to print on a large scale, screen printing is one of the most cost effective and quickest ways to produce what you want. It is also the most versatile printing method, as there is more than one way to apply the ink. You can achieve multiple effects with screen printing.

Contact Us for more information, or if you need any advice about your printing needs, and we will get right back to you

Screen Printing

Screen Printing

Screen Printing is ideal for fashion brands and promo merchandise. Including T-shirt , hoodie and tote bag printing



Embroidery is brilliant for workwear and to creative a corporate image. Including beanie, polos shirt and cap embroidery

Shop Online

Shop Online

Visit our online shop to find lots of great offers for screen printed and embroidered merchandise