Printing Techniques

Printing Techniques

DyeSublimation Print




Dye Sublimation, is really simple. It is a method of applying an image

to specially coated ceramics, metals and polyester, nylon cloth,

using sublimation ink and heat.
Print size depending on shape of image relative to the size of product)


Specs: Unlimited Print Colors


Examples Below:

 

Vinyl Print




Heat transfer vinyls allows short runs of printed shirts or garments

using plotter cut vinyl that can be heat pressed onto the garments.

They are made in a multitude of solid colors, patterns, and styles,

and some even replicate the look of screen print, like ThermoFlex.


 Specs: limited Colors, Up-charge per Print Color


 Up-charge per color 


Print size depending on shape of image relative to the size of product)


 

Examples Below:


DTG Printing Soon




Direct-to-garment printing is a process of printing on textiles using

specialized aqueous ink jet technology. DTG printers typically have a

platen designed to hold the garment in a fixed position, and the

printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto the textile by the print head.


Specs: Unlimited Colors


 Up-charge based on larger print size


Examples Below: