Also known as silk screening, screen printing is a technique that uses stencils and ink to translate designs into garments. It’s an economical method to produce large quantities with our products.
Direct to garment
This works by applying ink directly to garments with a specialized inkjet printer machine. The fibers absorb the ink to create an extremely durable design. It works very well for small quantities and for high stitch density garments.
To embroider is to sew or decorate using a needle with a special thread on garments to have a better visual perception of a design or logo. Works very well on knits, woven, fleece and heavy-weight fabric.
Heat transfer is a technique that combines heat and pressure to place images on garments. This technique is recommended for detailed designs that are custom-made, small-quantity orders, and orders with quick turnaround times.