1. Screen Printing:
Silk screen printing provides long-lasting and good quality finish for single and multiple color prints. Inks are pressed through mesh stencils to produce clear, sharp images mainly used for logos and words. This technique is commonly used as it is fast and cost-effective.
2. Direct To Garments (DTG)
The Direct To Garment method is excellent for printing out super-complex design. It gives a soft feel on the hands when you touch the final design. The ink used doesn't create thick extra layers on the shirt, because it is thin. However it has one problem. You can end up with a low resolution design with dot patterns if you have an inferior textile printer. You can't use this method to create design for dark fabric, because the ink is thin and won't look well. DTG is least durable and the fabric may fade in a year or less.
3. Dye Sublimation:
Dye sublimation works well on light shirts or fabrics. It cost to produce a dye sub but in the end, the customer ends up with a professional done shirt by experts. To bring out the best results in this method, you need to have deep knowledge in dye sublimation. Dye sublimation is perfect for printing polyester like cream fabrics. They are unforgiving when you bring cotton fabric to the scene. Dye sublimation is excellent for printing polyester shirts with minimal enduring designs. Shirt done through sublimation are durable and looks cute.
4. Heat Press Printing:
If you have small orders of shirt, it is economical to use the heat press printing. It saves you resources and time.
5 Waterbased Printing:
Clients prefer waterbased inks because they are soft and breathable. Using the discharge print method and waterbased printing we are able to print your designs on apparel with inks that bleach out the existing dye and replace it with your chosen colors. Water based discharge printing results in crisp detailed reproductions of your art without the heavy hand of traditional plastisol printing.
1. Direct Embroidery
Direct embroidery is the most popular of embroidery techniques, its the process of when the embroidery is applied directly to the garment using a hooping system. Direct embroidery is the most economical and fastest producing style of embroidery we offer. As always, our embroidery services are performed with attention to detail, a fast turnaround, and techniques that are one-step ahead of the curve.
2. Puff 3D Embroidery
Puff 3D embroidery uses a foam underlining to achieve an extreme three dimensional effect. The foam comes in different widths and colors to accommodate an array of products and thread colors. This application also requires the thread count to double, so that the foam will not be exposed through the thread. Puff 3D embroidery works best with block or large round shaped letters. Artwork for puff embroidery should have rounded corners so that the needle perforates the corners of the design and covers the foam completely. Thick materials that will be washed periodically generally work best with this application, such as hats, bags, and thicker jackets. To really make your artwork stand out, use our puff 3D embroidery.
3. Embroidered Patches
Embroidered patches are the style most people are familiar with, having seen them on uniforms, hats, jackets, and more. Starting with a twill base, the custom design is embroidered using thread. Embroidered patches are found in three coverage amounts, 50% embroidery, 75% embroidery, and 100% embroidery. The coverage percentage refers to how much thread coverage the patch will have verses the amount of twill that will be visible. Patches that are embroidered at 50% or 75% will have a different texture, as the embroidered part will ‘rise’ off the patch.