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Printing on Clothing

Whatever designs or logos you require, whether it be onto T-Shirts, Hoodies, Polos, Bags etc...our 20 years plus of experience and vast knowledge of different printing techniques ensures that we can deliver what you need.

See the summary for the variety of techniques available below to help you decide what may be best for your garments, or alternatively CONTACT US to speak to one of our advisers.

 
 
 
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Traditional / Direct Screen Printing

This process involves printing ink directly onto the garment/fabric through a mesh covered aluminium screen. It is then cured or dried by being passed through a gas heater. There is a separate screen for each individual colour used within the design.

Traditional/Direct Screen Printing
Traditional/Direct Screen Printing
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Heat Transfers

Transfers are cut out from a pre-printed or vinyl film in reverse. They are then applied to the garment using a heat press, which bonds the transfer to the material, leaving only the required logo. This is ideal for printing Individual Nicknames, or Team Numbers.

Heat Transfers
Heat Transfers
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DTG (Direct To Garment)

Our new DTG (direct to garment) printer uses an Inkjet Printhead system to print straight onto Cotton TShirts or Hoodies. This is ideal for smaller quantities when there is a complex or multi-colour design being printed.

Direct to Garment
Direct to Garment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DST (Digital Screen Transfer)

DST Printing outputs complex/photographic images through a digital printer, onto a transfer paper. A screen is then used to print adhesive over the printed image, and the resulting paper transfer can then be applied to the garment using a heat press.

Digital Screen Transfer
Digital Screen Transfer