We offer various printing / garment customisation options, including the one's listed below, but if you can not find what you are looking for then please contact us with your enquiry and we will let you know whether it is within our capabilities.
This process is used for full colour images and photographs. Images are laser printed onto high quality transfers and then printed onto garments using a heat press. The maximum print area for Heat Transfers is A3 and they are best suited to printing photographs and other types of multi-colour image onto white and coloured garments. They are very durable and have the quickest turnaround time of all the processes.
Embroidery is the stitching of thread onto garments. It is very durable, looks professional and can be used on most types of garment, but has a longer turnaround time than other methods of garment customisation. Ideal for sports team emblems and work/school uniforms.
Screen printing is the lowest cost garment printing technique. It involves pulling ink through a screen mesh directly onto a garment. It’s very strong and durable but there is minimum order of 25 garments for and it is not suitable for urgent orders as the turnaround time is a few days.
This technique involves cutting vinyl (a thick plastic-like material) using a contour cutter and then heat pressing it onto garments. Vinyl really stands out on garments with sharp, clear lines. It is very durable and moves well with the garment. Suitable for text and block coloured logos.
Direct to garment, or DTG printing as it is often known, is the process of printing directly on to garments using a DTG printer with speciality inks. The inks are absorbed by the fibres.