We use three major printing techniques to fulfil products. These techniques depend on the products, and can be identified by the icon showing in product thumbnails and/or the printing technique outlined in each product’s description.
Direct to Garment
T Shirts, Hoodies, Tank Tops
Direct to Garment (DTG) uses cutting edge technology to print a design into fabric.
Whereas traditional screen printing requires a screen to be created for every print design (meaning one-off prints are not feasible); DTG is the printing equivalent of using an inkjet printer.
Through the use of 1200dpi printers we can achieve an endless combination of colors and shading, at a cost effective price for one-off orders.
Face Masks, Water Bottles, Coffee Cups, Beer Steins
Dye-sublimation printing is a computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a plastic, card, paper, or fabric.
Due to the computer-based printing, these items can feature a broad variety of colors and shades, which are essentially baked into the core product.
Coming Soon (Hats, Polos, Jackets, Bags)
Embroidery products have the design stitched into them. As each stitch can only be one color, embroidery products can only feature a limited range of colors and can not depict shading.
Fine detail can also not be depicted in embroidery, hence logos and designs will require thick lines.
When submitting a design for embroidery, our team will first check that the design can in fact be embroidered. It may require colour changes and simplification.