Printing and Embroidery
Embroidery is the process of turning a graphic or text into a needle-and-thread work of art for application to a garment or other fabric item. Embroidery provides a highly durable and long-lasting product. Of all the methods of fabric embellishment, embroidery is considered to add the most sophistication and a higher perceived value to a garment.
- Pocket-size logo
- Design without colour gradient
- Almost all sort of garments (e.g. shirt, jacket, vest, cap, towel)
Silk Screen is a printing technique that uses stencils and ink to create designs on fabric. When you run your hands over a Silk Screen printed artwork, you should be able to feel a slightly thicker ink, with an almost light-weight “textured” feel to it. The graphic must be separated by colour, with each colour printed on its own clear film positive. Fewer colours mean a simpler set-up, resulting in lower costs.
- Large printed areas (as large as A3 size)
- Large quantity order (cost-effective)
- Almost all types of fabric (e.g. cotton, polyester, microfiber)
Heat Press is effectively an “iron on” transfer of your artwork to your garment using a heat press. Artwork is printed in reverse to transfer paper, and then high heat and pressure is applied to seal the transfer to your garments. Various paper materials can create different effects, e.g. glow in the dark, glossy and metallic.
- Design with many colours
- Complicated and detailed design
- Small order with customisation (e.g. sport jersey with name and number)
DTG is a process of printing on garments using a specialised commercial inkjet printer, that prints your artwork directly onto the garment (best for cotton fabric). Therefore, it provides breathability of the fabric as there is no layer of ink/paper that clogs up the fibres (vs. Silk Screen and Heat Transfer printing).
- Full colour prints
- Detailed and complex artwork
- Large printed areas
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