This tried & true method is where we started. Screen printing looks good and is economical. It has it's limits though, and isn't suited for all jobs.
DTG printing is a digital print. It's like using a giant office printer that prints on shirts instead of paper. Good for printing full color images and photographs (yes photos!) right onto a shirt. This is a more expensive method than screen printing and doesn't work well on certain fabrics.
DTF printing is a digitally produced image that's printed onto a piece of film. The image is then transferred onto the garment using a commercial heat press. Produces bright full color images. This is a newer and much better version of the old iron-on transfers. Looks good and works on many fabrics, but isn't best in some circumstances.
Dye-Sub printing produces vibrant, full color imagery, but is limited to only a few fabrics and doesn't work well on dark colored garments.
Custom embroidery is available on hats, polo shirts, jackets, blankets and other items.
Not sure which print method to go with? Not to worry. We'll use what's best for your specific needs and can answer any questions you may have before we begin.