Sublimation printing is perfect for when you want to let your imagination run wild or have a lot of elements that would require separate set up charges with other print methods. This is most commonly used for team uniforms. Adding names, logos, numbers and sponsor logos does not require additional charges because everything is printed together and then embedded or more correctly sublimated directly into the fabric. These will not fade, peal or crack. Ideal for orders of any size.
Embroidered logos on shirts, hoodies or caps give a fantastic and professional looking finish. Long lasting and durable, an embroidered piece will keep you looking great for a long time. Some restrictions can include small details or lettering, but embroidery is a great way to personalize team jackets, give your staff a long lasting branded uniform or add a touch of class to corporate polo shirts
Screen Printing t-shirts is an affordable option for high volume projects. It leaves a vibrant print that wears well and holds up to many washes. Each color requires a screen so having multiple colors can add to the overall cost. Screen printing is the "grand daddy" of printing and gives that awesome classic look and feel.
Direct to Garment or DTG printing is an awesome option for lower volume runs that require multiple colors. It leaves a really nice feel that is light and hardy. Because this is a digital print you can add gradients and fades to your artwork with amazing results. A great option for small volume orders that require full color prints.
No longer are Heat Applied Transfers those thick, heavy vinyl "iron on" decals. Transfers have come a long way and there are numerous screen printed transfers for a wide variety of fabric types. Additionally full color digital printed transfers, 3D emblems, various metallic foils and even rhinestones make this an awesome option to bring your project to life. A great alternative for small to high volume orders.