We specialise in custom vinyl printing. Vinyl printing is a high quality, durable print that is perfect for printing solid colour logos, vector images and text, in single or a limited number of colours.
We cut the design out of vinyl, which is then applied to a garment using a heat press. Vinyl printing is usually limited to simple one colour text and designs, but we can overlay diﬀerent colours of vinyl to produce more eye catching eﬀects.
We oﬀer a wide range of colours in matt, ﬂuorescent, sparkle or glitter ﬁnish. There is a range of over 100 colours of vinyl to choose from! The print size we can achieve is controlled by the space available on your garment, and you can wash your t-shirt up to 80oC! We suggest to wash just normal wash up to 40oC, not to tumble dry and iron inside out. Manufacture give 7 year of lasting time for correctly applied vinyl print and if washing instructions are followed.
Vinyl can be applied to Cotton, poly/cotton, polyester, acrylic & similar ﬁbres.
Transfer paper is an amazing craft paper, which allows you to turn your art into wearables with which you can show your style and talent or promote your business.
The image you choose when printing on transfer paper is entirely up to you. You can choose a digital photograph and print it as it is or you can manipulate it before you print it by adding text or fun features or you can scan and print a doodle or a signature as well as choosing to print logos or designs you’ve tracked down on line, it really is up to you.
It is long lasting so long as the necessary care is applied. Any colour tshirt works great, white is the best colour for transferring on t-shirts.
This process is widely used to decorate a wide range of products, including textiles, garments, mugs & other ceramics, wooden items, metal items, glass products & more.
We print dye based inks onto sublimation paper, which is a special paper which hold the dye in place ready to be released during the sublimation process. We then lay this printed paper on top (face down) of the polyester fabric or polymer coated product, and heat press it.
Sublimation is for white / light substrates only. If you were to put a piece of dark coloured paper into your printer and try to print on to it, you wouldn’t see the images, and it’s the same with sublimation. The image needs to be darker than the garment or substrate colour.
You can print onto white or light coloured polyester fabrics