WHICHEVER DECORATING PROCESS YOU CHOOSE, WE CAN GIVE YOU THE HIGHEST QUALITY CANVAS.
This catalogue features recommended decorating processes to get the best result for your artwork.
Screen printing (or silk screening) uses stencils and ink to create designs on garments. Consider this approach for large-volume projects that involve cotton or cotton-blend fabrics.
HEAT TRANSFER PRINT
Heat and pressure combine to transfer images from high-release paper to garments. It works well on light-colour cotton, cotton blend and polyester fabric, or when you have shorter runs or turnaround times.
Also called dye sublimation, it uses heat-sensitive inks to create full-colour, photo-quality reproductions of digital images that last. With heat sublimation printing, the images are permanent and do not fade. Sublimation is well suited for 100% polyester garments.
Embroidery creates needle-and-thread works of art. It delivers a level of sophistication or perceived value to any project, and is a great choice for heavier weight garments that are not highly elastic.
Compared with traditional plane embroidery works, 3D embroidery has stronger texture and visual effects, and can more highlight the realism of the pattern.