We utilise a wide variety of personalisation techniques.
Digital Transfer Print
Digital Transfer Print allows for a variety of designs and colours to be produced and applied to a variety of garments using a heat press. Once the initial design and production of the badges has been completed application is a quick and simple process. Designs can be stored and applied to individual garments as and when required. This makes it a very cost effective solution when garments are required in small quantities on either a regular or ad hoc basis.
Heat Applied Vinyl
This is the method of producing CAD cut designs out of vinyl and then applying it to garments using the heat press. Vinyl comes in all manner of styles and colours, most notably reflective, making it ideal for Hi-Viz clothing. It is generally a more cost effective way of producing branded garments, and has some truly interesting options. No minimum quantities apply.
Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink onto the garment fabric. A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas. This allows us to print company logos directly on to certain garments. Set-up charges depend on the number of colours in the logo but minimum order quantities apply this is due to the cost involved for producing smaller amounts which can be done but is not cost effective.
We can work from most popular image file formats.
Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric with needle and thread. Machine embroidery uses thousands of stitches to decorate the chosen garment. Using a high resolution version of your company logo, the design can be converted into a quality stitch pattern ready for embroidery. To achieve this you need to supply us with a high resolution version of your logo preferably in a VECTOR format.