Garment Printing Techniques

Here at Garment Printing, we offer the very latest printing techniques to make your printed garment make the right impression, the first time.

By offering a broad range of printing techniques there aren't many printing tasks we can't handle. We're confident that we will be able to suggest the right printing technique to suit your design and application. Whilst we are happy to advise you on the best printing technique for your order, this page should help you find out a little more about each process, its benefits and what type of artwork it's most suited to. Have a read, we are sure this will aid your decision making and also how you approach your artwork in the future.


 


Screen Printing

Screen Printing is a process which applies ink onto textile materials through a specially created silk mesh screen.Screen Printing is perfect for use on light and dark coloured T-Shirts...


 


Embroidery

Embroidery uses a single colour thread and stitches which re-creates your design perfectly to provide an accurate representation of your brand.It produces a high-quality finish which is durable ...



Direct to Garment

DTG g is the process of printing full colour images onto garments. DTG can be used on light or dark coloured garments.Perfect for short runs of full-colour prints onto a wide range of clothing... 



CAD Cut Vinyl

Cad Cut Vinyl Printing is very similar to Transfer Printing, except it is only suitable for designs of 1 or 2 colours. Perfect for low-quantity T-Shirt runs, workwear, sports clothing where you need names and numbers...



Transfer Printing

Transfer Printing is the process of printing your designs onto special transfer paper and then applying the transfer paper onto the t-shirt or garment using a commercial heat press... 



Dye Sublimation

All over T-Shirt printing is done by a process which is called Dye Sublimation. It's the perfect way to produce super sharp and vivid, high-resolution, all-over printed T-Shirts and clothing...


 

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