Clothing Printing

Screen Printing – Water Based
By using water-based screen printing inks, I can offer a more eco-friendly printing technique that is a great option.
It offers a unique finish that is always one of a kind. Only single colour designs.
CAD Cut designs over screen mesh.

Flex Vinyl Printing/CAD Cut Flex Vinyl
Flex Vinyl printing, or Cad Cut  Flex Vinyl printing as it’s also known, is very similar to transfer printing, it’s suitable for designs which consist of one or two colours. The process involves cutting out your designs, logos, shapes, names or numbers from a special flex vinyl material. The designs are cut using a plotter.
It enables one or two colour designs and logos to be printed very quickly.

Flock Printing
Flock printing can be achieved by using flock vinyl which gives the design a 3D ‘furry’ finish. This flock material can be cut-out and applied to many different products. The beauty of flock printing is that it can be applied to the complete design or separate elements within your design to give this individual element a 3D effect which helps it to stand out above the rest.

The flock printing process is the same as vinyl printing where the design is cut-out using a plotter and applied to the product using an industrial heat-press.

Dye Sublimation
Sublimation printing is the process of putting your own designs onto a special, transferable transfer paper which is then heat-pressed over the top of the garment and the design is transferred onto the product. This printing technique allows for full-colour designs to be printed very quickly.
Sublimation printing only works on 100% white polyester garments which makes it the perfect printing technique for running tops, vests, shirts and any other polyester sports clothing that requires a soft print finish.