Choose from our wide range of blank garments in store, and we will customize your very own personal t-shirt, beanie, hoodie, bag or snap back. We can print from a single one off custom item, to 1000 +.
With over 20 years experience, and all our own printing machinery on site, we guarantee a fast and professional result.
Direct To Garment printing is the process of jetting water based ink directly to the surface of a printable material, instead of printing a transfer which would then be heat pressed to the material. This method means there are no screen set-up, tear-down, clean-up, screens, squeegee's, or colour separation expenses. However, D.T.G. printing is not intended for use on all garment types. The inks tend to work best when applied to 100 percent cotton. It's additionally vital to know that not all cotton fabrics are created equal. We have a tendency to trust in and advocate the use of our own suppliers garments for a guaranteed result.
Vinyl cutting and heat pressing is as durable as screen printing and has the same look and feel. It enables one or two colour designs and logos to be printed very quickly and is a great option for names and numbers on sports clothing, such as rugby jerseys or basketball uniforms. The vinyl is heat-transferred onto the t-shirt or garment, so some fabrics are not suitable for this method, due to their low heat tolerance.
Screen printing is an age-old printing method whereby a design is added to a mesh screen. Certain areas of the design are made impermeable to the ink and by wiping a squeegee back and forth across the screen it transfers ink to the material. This forces the ink deep into the material fibers. The garment is then heat pressed, so the ink fuses permanently to the material. This forms a robust, permanent versatile bond. We only use the best quality durable inks for a longer lasting print.
Talk to our friendly team about the what's best method of printing your design to a garment.