This is where a single coloured vinyl sheet is CAD cut to produce a design. Once the excess is weeded away you have your finished design. This is then heat applied to the desired product. As an example, you very often see football shirt numbers being produced using this technique
The benefit of using vinyl is that as it’s machine cut it has a very sharp, precise look to it and this can really work for some designs. The vibrancy is also a massive plus and outshines any other method. In addition to this, there are lots of popular fashion, trending effects that can be achieved using metallic, sparkle, reflective or even flock so as you can imagine are great fun to play around with.
There isn’t one but we ideally like to do numbers of 5+ as it can get very busy trying to complete lots of small orders.
We use very durable vinyl so this is reduced massively. Ensuring that the garment has been pressed correctly will guarantee a solid fuse to the material so it’s very unlikely that it will peel off. If it’s a very specific material that you require to be printed then we will advise you of the best method as it’s essential to get the correct method of printing for the type of material/substrate you have as some just don’t work
Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencilled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. Individual screens need to be made up for each colour and this is carried out by breaking up the design into its colours and exposing each of them onto their own screens.
With Screenprinting, you can complete very complex designs at a far more cost-effective rate. When completing larger orders it’s a much faster process once all of the setup up is completed.
Due to the setup process, we ask for a minimum order of 30+
Imagine your favourite t-shirt or hoodie that you’ve had for years and the prints all faded and retro. That would be a screenprint. So the answer is, yes it does fade but with style.
Digital printing is a method of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media. This media is printed using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers to the highest quality. You usually see banners, posters, textile transfers and a whole range of labels and other products using this method of printing.