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Printing & Embroidery

 Our In house T-Shirt Decoration Method:

  1. Sublimation Printing
  2. Rubberised Screen Printing
  3. Computerised Embroidery

1. Sublimation Printing:

This is the process of printing onto a special sheet of paper, and then transferring that image onto fabric. The ink is heated until it disintegrates into the corresponding fabric. That makes the ink long-lasting, and you'll never have the unfortunate “peeling” effect of a well-worn t-shirt.

Sublimation is a digital printing process for printing on a product made that is made of or coated with a polymer or a polyester clothing. 100% polyester clothing is best suitable for sublimation printing.

Sublimation printing is a three-step process. They are as follows:- 

  1. Create an artwork/design on a product using a product design software
  2. Send the design to a sublimation printer and reproduce it onto a transfer paper.
  3. Use heat press and print the graphic onto the product

2. Rubberised Screen Printing:

Rubber printing is the other term for screen printing using plastisol ink. Most of the screen printers call it rubber print due to thick layer that feels like rubber. Rubber printing is a cost effective process if you want to get print on large quantity. Ideal for Bulk/Group Orders, Specific Color Matching, Larger Variety of Products


3.Computerised embroidery:

Computerized embroidery, also called Computer-controlled embroidery or simply machine embroidery is a kind of Computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM). 

We offer the classic embroidery services where the Sportswear, Corporate T-Shirt, hoodies, caps can be embroidered with the help of advanced techniques. Embroidery is an age-old process of weaving a design onto fabric using a thread and needle. Today, instead of someone actually sewing a design by hand, a digital file is created that tells a machine how and where to put each stitch. Embroidery works best with simple, low color count logos or artwork. We'll be sure to contact you if this is the case and recommend ways we can alter your design or suggest other alternatives.