February 10, 2016

 

We offer custom embroidery on a number of fabric products. Our flat embroidery option produces the classic stitching you’d expect on an embroidered piece of apparel.

 

 

 

February 9, 2016

3-D embroidery brings extra depth to your design and draws more attention to your work. Foam is added under the thread in order to give the design a more raised appearance.

February 8, 2016

If you want the patch without all the thread, consider our screen printed alternative. This substitute offers a cheaper and more detailed image for your design.

February 2, 2016

Discharge printing uses an interesting substance that bleaches and prints over the area for your design. This makes the design an actual dyed-in part of the fabric.

 

 

 

 

Water based inks leave your design as soft as the fabric it’s printed on. Like discharge, this ink prints into the shirt instea...

February 2, 2016

Plastisol is the Superman of inks. It’s the industry standard and strong enough to withstand many washes. Plastisol ink allows for bright color and great detail.

 

 

 

February 2, 2016

Direct to garment printing is different than screen printing. Just like printing ink on paper, your design (and all it’s detail) is laid directly into the material.

 

 

 

February 2, 2016

Sublimation printing is similar to direct to garment. Instead of printing to the material, the design is printed on transfer paper and heat pressed onto the fabric.

 

 

 

 

 

February 1, 2016

Simulated process makes your designs come to life using 5-8 colors to create a realistic print. The results are as close to the original artistic image as possible.

 

 

 

 

February 1, 2016

Want your design to really pop? We offer a variety of extra processes that will add dimension and texture in your designs. Click “See More” to check out our options!

 

 

Foiling is a process in which we heat press a metallic coating onto the ink of your print. The finished product is a polished and ref...

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Discharge printing uses an interesting substance that bleaches and prints over the area for your design. This makes the design an actual dyed-in part of the fabric.

 

...

Plastisol is the Superman of inks. It’s the industry standard and strong enough to withstand many washes. Plastisol ink allows for bright color and great detail.

 

 

 

Direct to garment printing is different than screen printing. Just like printing ink on paper, your design (and all it’s detail) is laid directly into the material.

 

...

Sublimation printing is similar to direct to garment. Instead of printing to the material, the design is printed on transfer paper and heat pressed onto the fabric.

 

...

Simulated process makes your designs come to life using 5-8 colors to create a realistic print. The results are as close to the original artistic image as possible.

 

...

Want your design to really pop? We offer a variety of extra processes that will add dimension and texture in your designs. Click “See More” to check out our options!

...

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