High density decorative stitching on fabric that evolved from handwork to today’s high-speed, computerized multi-head machines. With state of the art embroidery equipment, thread and digitizing software, embroider artwork can be applied on a wide range of apparel products.
A printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. Nylon inks are used for fabrics with a high nylon content or stretch factor (such as polyester and lycra). Plasticol inks are used on all cotton rich products. It’s the ideal decoration for a variety of fabrics and large format applications, at a low cost.
The process of transferring images to a large variety of products without inks or screens is possible with heat transfer application technology. Perfect for waterproof fabrics. Heat transfer applications can provide extreme detail and is designed for logos with many colors.
Sublimation is a chemical process. In simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat. Sublimation printing uses heat to essentially bring ink and fabric together as one.