December 05, 2017
Digital printing uses ink jet technology to apply your logo to the shirt which is absorbed into the fabric becoming part of the shirt.
Our digital printer does not contain white ink, as such the colour of the garment effects the colours the logo can be.
Darker colours cannot be digitally printed on, for those we offer screen printing or embroidery
We use digital printing on our cotton garments.
Similar to digital printing, during sublimation your logo is transformed into a gas and infused with the fabric on a molecular level resulting in a high resolution, near permanent design which cannot be felt on the shirt.
Our sublimation method does not contain white ink, as such the colour of the garment effects the colours the logo can be.
Darker colours cannot be sublimated on, for those we offer screen printing or embroidery
We use sublimation printing on our polyester garments.
Screen printing is a more expensive option that can be done on any coloured garment and looks very sharp.
Screen printing can only be done one colour at a time and multiple screens must be made (resulting in a once off set up for each screen) a maximum of 4 colours can be used in a design.
Please contact us for a quote if you would like screen printing.
Embroidery can be done on a large variety of items and in many colours.
For the professional look and longevity it is worth the extra wait.
The prices for embroidery on our website are for designs with up to 6000 stitches, If you require a larger logo please contact us for a quote.
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