FAQs


Screen Printing

Silk screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh on a frame to support an ink-blocking stencil. This allows inks to be accurately applied to textiles, which are then put through a tunnel drier to make them as durable as possible.

Silk screen printing can be used for a wide variety of fabrics, such as cotton, polyester, poly-cotton blends and some nylons.

We have uploaded a video of a t-shirt being printed on one of our automatic screen printing machines to our YouTube channel.

The majority of the work we produce is block colours. Using our advanced, in-house printing equipment, we can create designs up to 8 colours, including ‘half-tones’, which give the effect of shading in block-colour designs.

The cost of producing designs using this process depends on the number of colours, the size of the design and the quantity required. Feel free to contact us or us our simple quotation form and we can calculate a price for your specific needs.

View more information on our pricing section of the website.

The speed of the job depends on the number of garments required and the time it takes to create and confirm the artwork. With our equipment, we can print up to 1,000 garments per hour.

Our standard lead time is 10 working days.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us or have a look around our website.



Embroidery

Embroidery is a process of stitching a specific pattern onto a garment, by passing multiple threads through the material to make a design. We convert a design into a series of stitches (known as digitisation), which is then used by our advanced embroidery equipment to generate the design on the garment.

Embroidery can be used for almost any type of fabric, such as cotton, polyester, poly-cotton blends, fleece and nylons.

Using our advanced, in-house embroidery equipment, we can create designs up to 8 colours, allowing us to create stunning designs quickly and professionally.

The cost of producing designs using this process depends on the size of the design, the number of stitches and the quantity required. Feel free to contact us or us our simple quotation form and we can calculate a price for your specific needs.

View more information on our pricing section of the website.

The speed of the job depends on the number of garments required and the time it takes to create and confirm the artwork. With our equipment, we can embroidery up to 100 garments per hour.

Our standard lead time is 10 working days.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us or have a look around our website.



Transfer Printing (Full Colour)

Full-colour heat transferring is a printing technique which digitally prints a design onto a specialist material which is then applied to the garment using a heat press. This allows photograph-quality designs to be applied to almost any type of garment, whilst still being extremely durable.

Full-colour heat transfers can be used for a wide variety of fabrics, such as cotton, polyester, poly-cotton blends and most nylons.

Most full-colour designs tend to have a small white keyline around the design, in order to ensure that it is properly bonded to the garment. Using our advanced, in-house printing equipment, we can create any design in any quantity required.

The cost of producing designs using this process depends on the fabric type, the size of the design and the quantity required. Feel free to contact us or us our simple quotation form and we can calculate a price for your specific needs.

View more information on our pricing section of the website.

The speed of the job depends on the number of garments required and the time it takes to create and confirm the artwork. With our equipment, we can heat apply up to 1,000 garments per day.

Our standard lead time is 10 working days.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us or have a look around our website.



Transfer Printing (Single Colour / Vinyl)

Vinyl heat transferring is a printing technique which digitally cuts a block-colour design on a specialist material which is then applied to the garment using a heat press. This allows small quantities to be produced in a almost-identical finish to traditional silk screen printing. Personalisation, such as names and numbers can be created using this technique, whilst still being extremely durable.

Vinyl heat transfers can be used for a wide variety of fabrics, such as cotton, polyester, poly-cotton blends and most nylons.

Most vinyl heat transfer jobs tend to be for low volume (i.e. less than 20) jobs, but we also use them for personalising leavers hoodies with individual names. Using our advanced, in-house printing equipment, we can create any design in any quantity required.

The cost of producing designs using this process depends on the fabric type, the size of the design and the quantity required. Feel free to contact us or us our simple quotation form and we can calculate a price for your specific needs.

View more information on our pricing section of the website.

The speed of the job depends on the number of garments required and the time it takes to create and confirm the artwork. With our equipment, we can heat apply up to 1,000 garments per day.

Our standard lead time is 10 working days.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us or have a look around our website.