Heat Press Vinyl
Our most common shirts are made using heat press vinyl. Vinyl is a special material that has adhesive on the back. When these adhesives are heated up, they stick to the shirt. These designs can have many colors and is very versatile. We can get very fine detail on these designs, but small thin lines (smaller than 1 millimeter) have the possibility of peeling, and thus designs need to be adjusted.
Vinyl is fantastic at making things pop. It’s crisp lines and vibrant colors help your design stand out on any subject.
This process needs 100% polyester or cotton shirts. The result looks more natural, like the colors are the natural colors of the shirt. This process often looks vintage or worn in, as the pigment gets transferred directly into the fibers of the shirt.
Sublimation is great at making full color photographs come to life. However, it typically requires a white shirt. Similar to printing on a piece of paper, you wouldn’t want to print a full color image on a red piece of paper, or everything will appear red.
Screen Printing (Plastisol)
This process prints ink onto shirts using stencils and mesh. This is the most common high volume option. We currently service up to 4 colors per side of shirt. This lays ink on top of the fabric and has high contrast. Weathered, worn and faded looks can be achieved by using special processes. Fine detail can be achieved, but detail smaller than 1 millimeter might be lost during the process due to the characteristics of the ink.
Screen Printing is great for higher volume jobs, and really makes the designs pop.
For orders exceeding $100 in value, payment terms must be finalized before the final approval and beginning of production.
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