The most common. Screen printing is a printing technique comparable to stencil. This is a process that consists of depositing an ink layer on the textile through the very fine meshes of a screen. It allows printing on the vast majority of textile substrates.
The transfer is obtained by cutting a "pattern" from which the film is removed so that only the image to be printed remains. The product is then passed through a high temperature, high pressure press to transfer the illustration into the textile.
Screen printing transfer
The silkscreen transfer is made on a special paper and transferred hot on the textile. This technique is suitable for printing caps, bags or supports that are inaccessible to conventional screen printing.
Sublimation is a printing technique that uses heat-sensitive inks. These inks are transformed into gas under the effect of heat and are combined with a 100% polyester substrate. As ink becomes part of the material structure, the images printed on the fabric do not fade or crack, even after multiple washes. With this technique, all colors (except white) are printable. It is therefore ideal for patterns with more than three colors and a gradient.
Flocking is ideal for quality printing with a variety of colors and effects. It consists in gluing material (plastic, vinyl, velvet,...) on your support. Original rendering guaranteed.
Flex and Flex four-colour
A vinyl or polyurethane film is cut with a digital cutter which is then heat-pressed onto the garment. A technique widely used for sports equipment, small series or individual productions (different name or number on each medium). It is also possible to print this flex.
Embroidery is a relief marking technique that offers added value to the personalization of textiles. Indeed, it provides a more chic look and has a longer life span. Despite its slightly higher price than the other available techniques, it is possible to personalize your textiles with your name or totem from the first piece, and this at a democratic price. For more complicated logos, it is advisable to make a minimum of 6 pieces in order to minimize fixed costs. Feel free to contact us for information about embroidery.
3D embroidery is a technique consisting in embroidering applied (letters, logos,...) on the textile. This technique gives a superb relief and a vintage effect. 3D embroidery combined with embroidery will guarantee an amazing result.