Simulated Process Print

Simulated Process is another advanced technique that uses halftones of a few ink colors to represent the colors in the original design. This process differs from 4-colorprocess in that the inks are solid opaque colors usually printed on dark colored shirts.

Split Fountian Print

Split fountain printing is a time-honored technique forprinting in two or several colors in one pass. It was a way to have more colorful pieces without the expense of full color. Modern printing presses have ink trays, or "fountains", situated above the press