Decoration Services

Direct to Garment 

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Garments enter a  large inkjet type printer where special  garment ink is sprayed directly onto the material.  A large dryer or press is then used to cure the ink.  

Pros: full color print, Soft hand so cannot feel on garment, fast setup and production time.

Cons:  color not as vivid as screen print since ink is set in the fibers of the garment rather than on top.

Note:  Used for low quantity runs and super fast production times.

Screen Printing

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A film positive is used to create a separate screen for every color in the design, and then ink is pushed through each screen until design is complete.  A large dryer is used to cure the ink.  

Pros: screen sets on top of garment to it is very bright an vivid in color, cheaper to produce after setup.

Cons: Takes time to get screens ready for production 

Note:  Used for high quantity runs with minimal colors.



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A method of using thread to stitch a design into the garment.   Each thread color is pulled through a separate needle.

Pros: Looks very professional on garments.   Can be used on caps, bags, and jackets where other methods cannot be used due to heat sensitivity, bulkiness, etc.  

Cons: Design must be turned into machine stitch language.  Usually takes time to digitize.

Note:  Used for products needing a high-end look and feel.

Heat Transfer 

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Film is cut and weeded to build a design which is then transferred to a garment using a heat press.   In some cases a design is printed onto the film and a whole design is transferred, and other times each color is cut and applied separately.  

Pros: Looks like screen print, very vidi in color

Cons: Takes time to get setup and production ready, not as long lasting as screen print.

Note:  Used for low quantity designs such as name/number blocks on back of shirts.

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