Screen printing is a decoration method whereby inks are applied directly to the garment.
Your design is transferred to a very fine fabric (the screen) such that the non-printing areas are blocked off and the fabric serves as a stencil. The ink is wiped across the screen and passes through the unblocked pores of the screen onto the garment. Each color within a given design requires a separate screen, and the process described above is repeated.
Digital Print & Direct to Garment
Digital Print is a decoration method whereby your design is printed onto a digital transfer paper and then applied to a garment using heat.
Direct-to-Garment is a decoration method whereby your design is printed directly onto the garment using state of the art inkjet printer technology.
For these decoration methods, the price is not based on the # of colors in your design and there’s no additional charge for full color artwork.
Embroidery is a decoration method whereby your design is sewn into the garment.
Vinyl Name & Number Personalization
Vinyl Name & Number Personalization is a decoration method whereby names and numbers are cut from a stretchable vinyl material, and then applied to the garment using a heat press.
Twill is a decoration method whereby letters, numbers and logos are cut from poly-twill fabric using laser, digital cutter, or scissors, and then sewn to a garment. An adhesive backing tacks the material in place and the edges are stitched using a digital embroidery machine in a matching or contrasting thread. Tackle Twill embellishment is commonly used for professional sports team’s uniforms because of its durability and elegance.