How does it work? A design is printed with a CMYK-W toner laser printer containing powdered plastisol ink. The design is then transfered and cured onto the garment or substrate. 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 vidid in color and easier to run a small volume.
Cons: Artwork takes time to get setup and production ready, not as long lasting as screen print. Ink and papers are more expensive than screen ink.
Note: Used for low quantity runs where DTG or Screen Print are not suitable, and name/number blocks on jerseys.