All Printing Techeniques

3D Puff Screen Printing

Puff ink is a screen printing ink additive that once heat is applied to the ink, it slightly raises from the t shirt like a freshly baked loaf of bread. When designing a shirt you have more options than just art and color – you can also add depth to that list.


Water Base Screen Printing

Screen printing is the process of transferring a stencil design to a flat surface using a mesh screen, ink and spatula. Screen printing is commonly used to print T-shirts, hoodies and other clothing products.

water print

High Density Screen Printing

The High-Density Screen Printing Process of printing a T-shirt is the process in which we use a thick layer of emulsion to create a higher print. This is a great method is usually used for special effects on designs and to make your design pop! The height of the ink can be up to 1/8”.

High density screen printing

Sillicone Screen Printing

Silicone inks use a low-temperature cure (260 degrees F) that is perfect for polyester, nylon, and blends. The stretchability of silicones is unmatched in screen printing inks and is ideal for elastic garments used in the sports apparel markets.

silicon printing

Glow in the dark Printing

This printing process for glow-in-the-dark printing is the same. The only difference is the use of a special Glow in the Dark ink. Specialized neon inks are used for the glow the dark printing process. This ink is usually used for highlighting images. This kind of glow-in-the-dark printing image gives better results on fabrics with darker textures. Such techniques are used for funky and cool images, which give a style statement. The glow of the shirt only gets highlighted at night when it’s really dark or in a room with no light. It can also be used for Halloween costumes if you are looking to create a theme-based clothing line.

glow in the dark printing

Discharged Printing

Discharge printing, also called Extract Printing, method of applying a design to dyed fabric by printing a colour-destroying agent, such as chlorine or hydrosulfite, to bleach out a white or light pattern on the darker coloured ground.

discharge printing

Direct To Garment Print (DTG)

Direct to Garment, or DTG printing, is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks.With our expert team of direct to garment printers, any design is possible . We ensure outstanding accuracy, exceptional consistency, phenomenal print output, and affordable price.

DTG printing

Sublimation Printing

Sublimation shirt printing is a specific process of printing that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring that image onto another material (usually polyester or a polyester mix). However, it does not work on other kinds of fabric with all-natural fibers, like cotton. The ink is then heated until it disintegrates into the fabric.

sublimation printing

DTF Print

Direct to Film or DTF is a process that transfers prints onto fabric or other substrates using a heat-press mechanism. Unlike the DTG method, which only works on cotton fabrics, the Printer DTF method can work on cotton and poly blends.

DTF printing

Heat Transfer Printing

The heat transfer printing process is a very easy and commonly used method. In the heat transfer printing process, an image is transferred onto paper which is then ironed on the T-shirt to transfer the image, or in our case, large industrial iron is used to transfer those images accurately, efficiently, and quickly. This process requires a lot of heat application through those irons so that the image could transfer from paper to the required fabric. This is a bit easy process, so almost any type of image can be transferred to the T-shirts. The longevity of this printing is questionable due to its sticker nature and is not recommended for high-quality products.

Heat Transfer printing

Rhine Stone Work

A rhinestone, paste or diamond is a diamond simulator originally made of rock crystal but made of crystal glass or polymer such as acrylic since the 19th century. Rhinestone is commonly used for artificial jewelry and for the decoration of T-shirts with the help of hat presses.

rhine stone work