Screen printing is a printing process that involves putting ink through a woven net and transferring it to a pre-designed stencil. This technique allows for vivid colors, original patterns and sharp images. Screen printing (also known as "frame printing") is a printing technique that creates images on fabric using stencils and ink. Although the preparation time required is much longer than with digital printing or heat transfer printing, screen printing is still popular as it is the most economical mass production method.
SILKSCREEN DYING PROCESS: Screen printing is a technique with a steep learning curve that requires knowledge ranging from making the screens to setting up the presses to the printing itself.
Vivid colors that make your images stand out
Possibility of printing on a variety of materials
Perfect technique for high volume orders
Four-color printing makes your brand appear as vibrant and vivid as a photograph.
The brand's four-color printing uses four basic printing colors - cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) - in fine dots in halftones. Unlike other printing techniques, the colors overlap to create thousands of shades. This technique is also called screen printing.
Embroidery is the art of reproducing an image or text using a needle and thread and then applying it to a garment or other fabric item. Made using state-of-the-art software and industrial multi-needle sewing machines, embroideries can range from simple monochrome designs to multi-colored designs with many details. Of all the decorating methods, embroidery is the one that adds the most sophistication to a garment, also increasing the value placed on it.
PROCESS: Custom embroidery today is mostly an automated process that transforms a digital image into data that guides industrial sewing machines, which can produce up to 1,500 stitches per minute.
IMAGE DESIGN & DIGITIZATION: Create or customize an image for embroidery keeping in mind that the simplest designs with little detail will give the best results. Patterns with little detail and a lot of space will fall more naturally. When finished, the pattern should be scanned to provide the sewing machine with the data it needs. This task can be performed in-house on software compatible with your embroidery machine or entrusted to a recognized digitizing firm. Then send the scanned image to your embroidery machine.
OUR BRANDING SOLUTIONS
- 360 FULL-WRAP LASER
- 4-COLOR PROCESS
- 4CP FLEX TRANSFER
- BELLY BANDS
- CUSTOMIZED PACKAGING
- DEBOSSED BRANDPATCH
- FULL CVG 4CP FLEX TRANSFER
- FULL COVERAGE 4CP
- FULL COVERAGE DEBOSS
- FULL COVERAGE DEBOSS + INDENTED DOMING
- HOT STAMPED
- LASER ENGRAVED
- LASER TOUCH
- LINER PAGES
- PAD PRINTED
- SILK SCREENED
- VARIABLE DATA
- MULTI-COLOR IMPRINT
All our products are also available blank.