APPLICATION METHODS
EMBROIDERY
The Embroidery Process ...
We use the best quality threads on our top of the range Tajima embroidery machine to give the highest quality results. The process involves digitising your design, matching the colours and then embroidering your design onto your chosen garments.
Suitable For ....
Most garments except for stretch materials and extra padded jackets.


Care Information
Can be washed up to 80ºC
Can be dry cleaned
Can be tumble dried
Can be ironed


Why Choose Embroidery
Embroidered design is exceptionally hard wearing compared to other forms of customisation.
Embroidery gives your workwear a professional look helping to promote your business.


When To Choose Embroidery
Embroidery is the most cost effective application for logos with lots of different colours.
Recommended for Polo Shirts, Shirts, Blouses, Aprons, Tabards, Jackets and Caps/Hats.


Disadavantages
Not suitable on certain garments for large areas
HEAT TRANSFER PRINTING
The Heat Transfer Printing Process ...
The heat transfer is applied directly onto the garment. Heat transfers will not affect the waterproof qualities of the garment. The transfer is more durable than traditional screen and digital printing.
Suitable For .....
Heat transfer is suitable for a wide range of garments.
Can be used with Cotton, Polyester/Cotton, Nylon, Polyester.
This process is NOT suitable for Fleeces.


Care Information
Can be washed up to 80ºC (Up to 60ºC inside out for multi colour designs)
Can be dry cleaned
Can be tumble dried
DO NOT iron


Why Choose Heat Transfer Printing
Heat transfer is a very cost effective means of customisation.
Heat transfer printed designs are hard wearing.


When To Choose Heat Transfer Printing
This process is excellent for less complex designs with only one or two colours.
The heat transfer application is suitable for most garments.
Recommended for design application on high visibility workwear.


Disadavantages
Heat transfer printing is not recommended for complex designs.
DIGITAL PRINTING
The Digital Printing Process ...
We use our state of the art digital printer in this process where inks are printed onto a special paper, then transferred under a heat press onto the garment.
Suitable For .....
Digital printing is suitable for a wide range of garments.
Can be used with Cotton, Polyester/Cotton, Polyester.
This process is NOT suitable for Fleeces or nylon products.


Care Information
Up to 40ºC
Can be ironed inside out
DO NOT tumble dry


Why Choose Digital Printing
Digital printing is cost effective and versatile.
There are no set up costs (supplied images may be liable to a cost if a redraw is required).


When To Choose Digital Printing
Multi coloured heat transfers are ideal for low volume runs.
Excellent for multi-coloured designs.


Disadavantages
Print is liable to fade over time through washing.