Printing on textile

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Textile printing is a quality yet highly affordable option for the creative enhancement of cotton t-shirts, jackets, windbreakers, sports and protective clothing, fashion accessories or towels this day and age, we have at our disposal different technologies that are appropriate for a broad range of textiles which we can use to print promotional texts, logos or any other creative and advertising texts on items of clothing thus making them stand out. Clothing with an added, creative or promotional value is thus transformed for promotional, work-related or private purposes, which is a way of getting your ideas across and showing off your creativity in an eye-catching and inventive way.

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Screen printing (printing on t-shirts, bags, caps and hats, team uniforms, umbrellas and more and more)
Screen printing is one of the oldest printing techniques. It is a way of using a screen (woven mesh) and ink to imprint the desired motif on a piece of textile (or other materials suitable for screen printing). The printed product is subsequently passed through a drying tunnel that permanently sets the ink into the product at a specific temperature and ensures improved durability of the print.
Our company uses a printing machine that can print using seven colours of ink + a coating.

ADVANTAGES OF SCREEN PRINTING:

  • durability (drying in a drying tunnel);
  • printing on bright or dark materials;
  • low prices for orders of large series;
  • large printed logos are softer to the touch than embroidered logos;
  • printing of crisp, fine details (small lettering, thin lines, etc.);
  • print quality (ink quality, drying, etc.);
  • rapid delivery of large quantities.

 

 

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YOU CAN CHOOSE BETWEEN  DIFFERENT PRINTING TECHNIQUES:
1. 3D ( Puff ) print (a technique which raises the print off the garment or product, creating a 3D feel)
2. GLITTER PRINT (metallic flakes of two different thicknesses are added to the ink base to create a sparkle effect)
3. BLEACHING (a technique that applies a chemical process to discolour t-shirts in a controlled way that yields a soft print which allows ironing)
4. METATRAN FOIL (technique employing a screen to transfer adhesive to a t-shirt and then imprinting a metallic foil onto the adhesive)
5. METALLIC PRINT (available colours: gold, silver, metallic red, metallic blue, metallic green, etc.)
6. PHOSPHORESCENT PRINT (glow-in-the-dark print)

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CLASSIC PRINTING METHODS
1. PLASTISOL INKS (these are inks that are most widely used and feature good durability)
2. WATER-BASED INKS
3. PVC INKS (inks for the printing of calendars, lighters, etc.)
4. NYLON INKS (inks for umbrellas, windbreakers, polyester, etc.)

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(PRINTING ON T-SHIRTS, BAGS, CAPS AND HATS, TEAM UNIFORMS, UMBRELLAS AND MORE AND MORE)
Printing with transfers is the second most popular and most widely used printing technique. It is a way of transferring the desired motif onto textile (or a different material suitable for screen printing) using screens and ink, but the desired creative design is first printed on paper and then applied to the product by way of a thermal transfer process.

ADVANTAGES of printing with transfers:

  • printing on bright or dark materials;
  • lower prices for orders of small series;
  • printing of crisp, fine details (small lettering, thin lines, etc.);
  • print quality (ink quality, drying, etc.);
  • rapid delivery of smaller quantities;
  • production of complex creative designs.

 

 

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  • flex foil ( smooth)
  • flock foil (flocked)

Printing with foil is suitable for simpler, one colour (a maximum of two colours) logos and creative designs as well as for small orders.