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Heat Transfer (Paper)


One of the most common methods for retail t-shirt printing where we print the artwork on a piece of paper and then transfer/press it onto the product. It however has an A4 print size limit and cannot be used for more complex artworks on colored t-shirts.

Recommended for:

  • Photo prints

  • Artworks that are A4 size or below

  • Best results on light color t-shirts

Heat Transfer (Vinyl)


A printing technique where the design is machine cut from a colored foil and then pressed onto the product. Used primarily for spot color artworks, line art or text. Also the standard printing method used for custom names and numbers on the back of jerseys.

Recommended for:

  • Spot color artworks (No Gradients)

  • Any size artwork

  • Sports wear and Jerseys

  • Custom Name/Number Combinations

Direct-to-Garment Printing (DTG)


The latest in retail printing technology where artwork after being processed by a computer is then printed directly onto the surface of your product. Also known as Digital Printing or DTG Printing.

Recommended for:

  • Full color artworks

  • Can print just over A3 size artworks

  • Complex detailed artwork

Screen Printing


The standard printing method used in the bulk t-shirt printing industry. Also called silk-screen printing. It involves creating screens and then using those screens to apply layers of ink on the printing surface.

Recommended for:

  • Bulk orders

  • Pantone colored artworks

  • Spot color artworks (No Gradients)



Artworks are first digitized and then embroidered/stitched into the garment using an embroidery machine.

Recommended for:

  • Bulk Orders

  • Polo T-Shirts

  • Spot color artworks (No Gradients)

  • Corporate Wear or Uniforms

3D Embroidery

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Foam is inserted under the top stitch to raise the surface, giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidery designs.

Recommended for:

  • Caps

  • Garments or Products that don’t require much washing

  • Spot color artworks (No Gradients)



Printing process that uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as ceramic, metal, plastic or polyester fabrics.

Recommended for:

  • Mugs, Phone Covers, Rock photos etc.

  • White sport apparel such as Performance T-Shirts

Print & Cut

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With this method, the design is printed onto a high quality transfer medium and cut into shape. It is then transferred onto the garment using a heat press.

Recommended for:

  • Full color artworks (especially when printing on color or black garments)

  • Detailed designs

Printing Methods

We have a variety of different printing methods and techniques that we use to make sure you get exactly what you are looking for in terms of quality, budget and durability. Most methods have limitations; some methods are great for small orders and others great for bulk orders. Some are good for spot color artwork and some better for photo/graphic multi-color artworks. Our experts can make suggestions and guide you for your requirements at any time. Just get in touch :-)

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