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All Premium adds 10 color textile screen printing press
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Mar '12
All Premium, a provider of custom printed and embroidered corporate, athletic and spirit wear for groups and organizations, has completed the installation of a new 10-color textile screen printing press. The state-of-the-art machine has reduced the amount of time it takes to fill orders for custom apparel and produces the highest quality images on any garment.

"We are very excited about our partnership with Hirsch International and the new addition of our MHM S-type color screen printing press," said Laurie Young, CFO for All Premium. "It not only gives us the ability to produce even higher quality images, but it can create them on any of the hundreds of garments in our extensive database."

All Premium provides custom screen printing and embroidery of logos and images on T-shirts, sweat shirts, hats, jackets, work shirts, lab coats, sports uniforms and other garments. All Premium offers all name-brand apparel.

The new printing press has several features which make the process faster and more accurate. For example, print registration marks for placement are more accurate, and electric print heads create even squeegee movement. Lightweight aluminum pallets provide more efficient set-up changes between adult and children's sizes. In conjunction with the new press, All Premium now uses a water-base liquid adhesive rather than an aerosol spray adhesive to secure garments to the press during the printing process. This new feature ensures eco-friendly processing of printed garments.

All Premium is a quality custom apparel screen printing and embroidery company based in Mountain View, Calif., celebrating its 27th year in business. All Premium supports local youth groups, schools and churches with special discounts on gym class uniforms and spirit wear. The company carries athletic and name-brand clothing from Adidas, American Apparel, A4, Bella, Canvas, Champion, Columbia, Hanes, Gildan, Next Level, Nike, Port Authority, Russell, Yale Holloway, Augusta, Van Huesen and more

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