Sublimation printing is a specific process of printing that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring that image onto another material (usually polyester or a polyester mix).The ink is then heated until it disintegrates into the fabric.
The process of sublimation shirt printing costs more than other methods, but it lasts longer, and will not crack or peel over time, like other shirt printing methods.
Vinyl printing is a single color print method best used for rush jobs, same day printing, as well as clients wanting an alternative look to the traditional ink style methods of DTG and screen printing. New techniques involving gold and iridescent foils, puff vinyl, as well as the highly reflective 3M material, fall under this category of printing.
There are no minimums for vinyl printing.
Direct to garment printing is a high quality digital print method that is essentially a giant computer printer, but instead printing on paper, it prints on garments. This process is best for complex designs with lots of different color tones or fine details, such as a photograph.
There are no minimums for DTG Printing.
Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread. Garments are placed on to a hoop compatible with the embroidery machine and a backing is used to ensure that the stitching comes out perfectly and durably.
We offer various types of embroidery including 3D "puff" embroidery, normal embroidery, athletic "tackle twill", as well as patches of any size and design.
There are no minimums for embroidery.