When it comes to printing t-shirts, screen printing is one of the most popularly used methods. It also provides consistent printing and long lasting imprints. Screen Printing is the most effective printing technique when it comes to bulk production. Screen printing best for one color design. In screen printing one color design will provide you best result. When there are more than four or five colours involved, it gets a little complicated for screen printing machines. So in such a scenario, it might take more time to print.
DTG Print as many colors as desired.(Full Color Picture, Artwork, Design ) No restrictions on colors. You won’t feel the ‘print’ on the fabric when you touch it since DTG printing machines inject ink directly into the fabric. Only suitable for cotton t-shirts. When used on other fabrics, the design comes out a bit dull. DTG Ptinting Colors tend to wash out over time.Custom artwork placement. Its Result Is not Longlasting as Compare to Screen Or Plastisoll print.
Process is very similar to screenprinting only that the artwork is first ink-jet printed on plastisol transfer paper and then we use this paper to heat press the design on the shirt. Quality is similar to screen printing. Economical as several designs can be printed on a single plastisol paper then Print on Your t Shirts great for both full-color jobs and jobs with few colors.Its Results Lond Lasting And Washable. color will not be faded after many washes Plastisol Printing Process is best for Large Quanity Order and Bulk Production
Heat transfer printing is a newer decoration method, but it’s come a long way from the iron-on decals of old.With heat transfer, also known as digital transfer, your custom logo or design is printed onto transfer paper and then ink is thermally transferred from the paper to your fabric using heat and pressure. Be sure to check out our complete heat transfer capabilities where we breakdown when to use heat transfer as your custom decoration method.
Puff screen printing is one of the most versatile printing techniques and so it works very well with nearly all garment types with the exception of garments which feature long fibres. For the best results, the garment should be able to withstand heat, but if you have a specialise garment that you require and are unsure then please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with more advice. Our friendly staff will answer you within minutes and will help you to proceed further.
Gold Foil Printing
Gold foil printing is done with the help of a laser printer, some gold foil transfer sheets and a laminator or a gold foiling machine. The image you want to foil has to be printed on a laser printer – not an inkjet. This is because laser printers print using toner which is effectively plastic. Inkjet printers print using inks. When the laser print gets passed through a foiling machine (which is hot inside) the toner heats up and melts slightly (because it’s plastic) and makes the foil from the transfer sheet stick to it – a bit like glue.