Direct to Garment (DTG) Printing
Uses an all-digital process to inkjet print onto a garment or merchandise.
Uses a series of screens to force ink through fibers in order to create a design. Multiple layers of screen printing are used to achieve designs with numerous colors. Minimum of 15 items.
Uses decorative stitching to create a raised design with threads of different types and colors. This process is charged by the amount of thread.
Almost identical to screen printing with inks applied onto specialty paper. The inks are transferred from the paper to the garment using pressurized heat. Minimum of 15 items.
Uses vinyl cut into a pattern or design that is applied to a garment using pressurized heat.
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