Screen printing is the process of transferring a stenciled design onto a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and a squeegee. Fabric and paper are the most commonly screen-printed surfaces.
Heat transfer is a printing process whereby logos and designs are printed onto a transfer paper. Ink is then thermally transferred from the paper to the fabric of your choice with heat and pressure. If you are thinking of printing a photo or multi-colour graphics, heat transfer printing is an effective method you may want to keep in mind.
Apparel Embroidery is decorating fabric with a needle and thread. If you are drawn towards a 3D printing effect on your apparels, you might be keen on enquiring about our apparel embroidery.
Foil printing is a printing process which utilises heat, pressure and a metallic paper (foil). The printing places emphasis on a specific area which could be your company logo or a design. If you are intending on creating shiny designs and graphics on various materials foil printing is one method you might desire to consider.
Glitter printing is an excellent way to make your designs or apparels stand out from the rest. If you love leaving some shimmer and sparkle as you catch the attention of others, this printing technique is definitely for you.
Reflective printing is ideal for both fashion and safety wear. If you want your company name, logo or designs to be highly visible this one printing method you might want to consider.