What are some important notes screen printers should know about cap printing?

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Cap printing is all about having the proper jig and ensuring proper off-contact

Many press companies sell hat platens or jigs to fit on manual presses. Be sure to have a nice off-contact set and also be sure to smooth out your printing surface as much as possible. Hats are a lot less cooperative than shirts. Take the time to set up correctly and your results should be nice and consistent. 

   —T&J Printing Supply

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