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embroidery
The most classic, professional and outright upmarket “look” of all. We are able to personalize most garments and merchandise with your own logo or design.

With no minimum order, we can supply any quantities, even a single item! The only requirement is for you to supply the artwork in the correct embroidery format (.pes or .dst). If you don’t have it, we can do that for you from a good quality picture for a small fee.
car magnets
The single, most economical way to print your artwork on garments and merchandise. It can be single colour or multiple colours, however, it cannot be adjusted for different sizes/shapes garments (unlike vinyl or DTG).

As a general rule, this is the most viable options for orders of 50+ units of one colour prints.
direct to garment
Using the latest Brother DTG printer, we are able to print directly to any type of garment with a resolution of up to 1200 dpi (HD photographic quality), on both light and dark materials.

The results are astonishing, with vibrant colours that will outlast and outperform products printed with other machines.
print and cut transfers
Using a state-of-the-art Roland Integrated printer and cutter, we are able to customise T-shirts, bags, hats, jackets and any other type of textile product.

Print and cut transfers are soft to the touch, will not peel and possess great colour fastness. (ie: will not fade even with repeated washing).

Similarly to DTG, the transfers can be printed to a very high resolution (1440 dpi) and are ideal for large runs of one-offs (school art shows, kinder fund raisers etc).
single colour heat transfers
The “real alternative” to screen-printing for small runs.

Whilst screen-printing is the most economical solution for large volume runs, each product has to be the same as the previous one, meaning once the screen is created, it cannot be customised for individual t-shirt sizes, neck shapes, etc. Furthermore, each colour requires a different screen, which in turn will increase the set-up cost. Single colour heat transfers allow similar outputs as screen print, with the added flexibility of adjusting the design to cater for size, type of garment (t-shirt, hoodie, jacket), shape (men, ladies, kids).

Due to its thinness, it can be overlayed in multiple colour applications and its “stretch-ability” makes it the perfect solution for sport garments (screen print often “cracks” if stretched).

The material is also available in flock, metallic, perforated, reflective, glitter giving an incredible number of options unmatchable with the traditional screen-printing process.