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Print & Embroidery

Printing Techniques

Screen Printing 

Also known as silk-screen or serigraphy, screen printing is a popular and cost-effective method suitable for large orders. It uses stencils and ink to reproduce designs on garments, resulting in long-lasting and durable prints. Ideal for bulk orders, corporate events, sports teams, and promotional items.

Digital Printing

Also known as Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing, this method uses specialized inkjet printers to apply ink directly onto the fabric. Digital printing is best for small orders or designs with intricate details and is perfect for personalized gifts or unique garments. This technique allows for high-resolution and full-color prints, but it may be less cost-effective for larger orders.

Sublimation Printing

This technique utilizes heat-sensitive inks that turn into gas when heated, bonding with the garment’s fibers. Sublimation printing is ideal for all-over prints, full-color garments, and designs requiring high-resolution images. The prints produced by this method are vibrant, durable, and resistant to fading or peeling.

Embroidery Techniques

Flat Embroidery

 As a traditional stitching technique, flat embroidery creates a smooth, flat surface on the garment. This method is ideal for logos, monograms, and simple designs, adding elegance to any item. Flat embroidery is commonly used for corporate apparel, hats, and uniforms.

3D Puff Embroidery 

This technique involves placing foam under the stitches to create a raised, three-dimensional effect. 3D puff embroidery is perfect for bold logos and eye-catching text, adding depth and dimension to the design. It is often used for sports team caps, jackets, and other items where a standout appearance is desired.

Appliqué Embroidery 

Appliqué combines the beauty of embroidery with the versatility of fabric. This technique involves sewing pre-cut fabric pieces onto the garment, creating a unique and stylish look. Appliqué embroidery is used for various applications, such as sports team jerseys, fashion garments, and decorative patches.

Each of these print and embroidery techniques offers unique advantages and applications, allowing you to choose the best method for your specific needs and desired outcome.