Printing Techniques

Discover the best printing techniques so you can decide which will suit your branding the most.


Embroidery that uses 2D technology begins with design/logo being fed through a computer, digitized, followed by the embroidery machine picking up the design and embroidering it directly on the fabric. The 2D embroidery method allows for very complex designs with up to 15 colours per design and additional details, such as a picture or complicated logo. 

2D embroidery is a technique that uses a simple stich and sews flat to the garment. This works great with any kind of logo as a standard form of embroidery.

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A 3D embroidery has a high density, so it appears thick and three-dimensional. A technician needs special skills and digitizing capabilities to accomplish this. Picture-like designs do not suit 3D embroidery. Simple and bold designs are best suited for 3D embroidery, like brand names or simple logos.

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DTF print

The Dtf format is one of the newest printing techniques that prints the chosen design you want manufactured. This is done by printing directly onto the clothing from a film. 

Having a base ink layer layered over the design leaves it looking vibrant and works fantastic with small/fine details.

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Vinyl print

Vinyl print is a very basic single tone print. Generally good for block logo designs in one colour.
However there is options with vinyl’s. We have a range from:
- reflective
- Suede flock
- Fluorescent
- 3D rubber high build
- Glitter 
- Classic vinyl
For this form of print you will need a vector file to get correspondence from the machines.

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Digital print

Digital print is also a vinyl print. This form of print works best for complex designs with multiple colours.

Your design will need to be saved in the highest resolution for the greatest quality print.

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Screen print

Screen print is an ink based print in which each design needs a stencil to achieve the actual print.
Screen printing makes it possible to print on the substrates with various shapes and sizes. Many kinds of ink are available.

Thick coating makes colours more vivid, finish more opaque and lightfastness better.

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D2G print

Direct-to-garment, or DTG, is a printing method that sprays the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing. DTG print offer a lot of colour options which means you can print detailed designs and photorealistic images with almost no colour limitations.

This method is best for imagery rather than text.

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