Direct-to-garment (DTG) is a method where a digital printer is used to print a design directly onto a garment using inkjet technology. Picture a futuristic inkjet printer the size of your bathroom that costs more than a house!
With this process, the inks are absorbed by the fibers of the garment. Imagine an inkjet printer, but using a blank garment instead of paper- and that’s essentially how DTG printing works.Know More
Custom needle and thread embroidery is one of the special techniques we recommend for branding a uniform.
Today’s embroidery machinery is computer programmed, high speed, versatile and delivers a high-quality finish that’s hard wearing. Embroidery will often outlast the life of the garment itself.
Embroidery provides a distinctive look and can be done on a large range of clothing and products including towels, bags, banners and hats and scarves.Know More
What exactly is sublimation? In simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat. In the world of apparel, it’s a game-changer in that it allows whole garment prints — designs that go seam-to-seam. So how does sublimation work? Well, sublimation printing uses heat to bring ink and fabric together as one nearly.
First, a design is printed onto a particular paper. The inks used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the material or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a regular print.Know More