Clothing printing

We offer our customers a whole range of services – with us you can choose a textile product, order design and printing.
We offer high quality textile products: T-shirts, shirts, polo shirts, sportswear, t-shirts, fleeces, windbreakers, jackets, headwear, bags and much more.
We use the following techniques to apply a logo, image or photo to fabric:

Thermal printing

To apply a monochrome image, a special thermal film of the corresponding color is used, which is applied to the desired product by means of a thermal press. This method is suitable for applying a company logo or, for example, monochrome text. The abundance of films of different colors and textures allows you to design textile products as unique and brightly colored.
To apply color photographs, logos, or pictures, they are first printed on a special film or paper, and then applied to the product by a thermal press.

Screen printing

This is a printing method in which an image is created on the product by pressing color through a stencil. Each color is applied using specially made tiles, which is why the price depends on the number of colors, the size of the design and the quantity of products. Screen printing is ideal for a large number of identical products, as it costs significantly less per unit than thermal printing.

Sublimation printing

The sublimation technique allows you to recreate images with any color combination, including photos. The sublimation printing process consists of two steps:

1. Applying a color image to a special intermediate paper;

2. Applying the image from time to time on the surface of the textile product.
The image obtained with this printing method is resistant to environmental influences (dust, dirt, water, UV radiation, etc.) and does not lose its brightness even after repeated washing. It also does not fade in the sun and does not fade over time. Suitable for long-term use products.
The range of fabrics suitable for sublimation printing is very wide: flag fabrics, atlases of different densities, synthetic knitwear, dress and suit fabrics, chiffon, lining and raincoat fabrics, etc. The main disadvantage of sublimation printing is that the inks adhere only to the polymeric material. This means that the fabric must contain at least 65% synthetic fibers (mainly polyester).
Another disadvantage is that only white fabrics can be dyed. This feature is due to the fact that during the application process, no dye layer is formed on the textile surface, but the dye penetrates between the fibers, the dye layer formed on the fibers being so thin that it does not form a appreciable coating effect. However, this disadvantage also has one strength: the dyed fabric does not lose its elasticity and the paint layer does not crack when tightened.

Machine embroidery

Machine embroidery is an alternative to textile printing, as there are materials and products that cannot be printed on. In this case, machine embroidery can be used to apply logos or images.