I print halftone dots on 100% black shirt. The top color dots is Ok but it's very difficult for the underlay white to get a good dot. I use 55lpi on 200 mesh. Any good idea?
Have you tried printing your underbase flashing, and printing it again? I also use 55 lpi. Typically I print the underbase on 100% black shirts with a 230/255 screen. First I do two hits wet on wet and then flash the underbase. I will then hit it again once wet on dry, although you can try wet on wet a second time. This usually leads to a good underbase with good lookin dots. It is also important to remember that an underbase is used for exactly that, an underbase. Try to keep from making a underbase to detail specific. You can add a highlight white to the print order if possible. Print it at the end of the color order. This way you are not worried about opacity as it relates to other colors printing on top, and you can use a 305 screen to hold fine highlight and shadow dots.
Hope this helps,
David J. Lee
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