There are a number of process available.
A well known one is ‘screen-printing’ whereby a design is created on a thin mesh screen and coloured ink is forced through the selected areas onto the garment. This process is very cost effective for larger numbers (over 100 units) but is not suited for smaller volumes. If this might suit you, then please enquire through our corporate web site.
Computer Aided Design allows for solid blocks of text and geometric shapes to be applied directly to garments. It is the process used to add, for example, numbers and names to the backs of sports shirts. The process is durable and the colours are solid. There are some 20 base colours to choose from and this process is used for the majority of our small volume orders.
More intricate designs are less suited to the cad cut process, so multiple colours can be created in a single transfer and applied to the garment. These transfers work well on cotton and polyester with cotton mixes with good colour reproduction. They work less well on polyester as there is sometimes a slight colour migration from the dyes used in the garment. A brilliant white colour might become less vibrant when printed. Very small text may have adhesion problems onto wide weave garments. We can advise before we get to print.
Here we print a full colour design onto a substrate before this is applied to the garment. It gives good colour reproduction but is only suited for solid blocks of design. It does a slightly heavy plastic feel.
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