Screen printing is a process where ink is pushed through a woven mesh stencil onto fabric. Each colour in the design must be broken out into layers and printed one colour at a time. The ink is pulled across the stencil by a blade, producing a single layer of the design with full, saturated colour. It is then cured at a high temperature to create high quality, durable designs.
Ask me about sparkle ink, glow in the dark ink, 3D puff ink, and more!
Using thread your logo is delicately woven onto fabric for a high quality, durable finish. Best suited for heavy items like jackets, toques, sweaters, etc.
Ask me about metallic thread, custom patches, tackle twill, and 3D puff embroidery!
Digital Printing (DTG)
Direct-to-Garment printing is a digital process that uses a printer to apply ink directly to the shirt. It works similar to your printer at home, translating your digital image or graphic file onto your tee.
DTG printing works best on garments with a high cotton content. You will get the bet results on white fabric, though are colours are possible to print on as well!
Pad printing is the process of transferring a 2D image onto a 3D product. The offset printing process requires the use of an etched plate to transfer the image. This type of decoration is most commonly used on hard goods that do not have flat surfaces, such as pens, water bottles, mugs, etc.
Specialty Decoration (laser engraving, debossing, )
Nineteen Marketing offers many other specialty decoration types, depending on the product that you are looking for!
Not sure which type of decoration best suits your project? That’s what I’m here for! Contact me today for a customized quote and decoration advice.