OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Screen Printing
- Custom Tag Printing, Hang Tags
- Folding and Bagging
- Heat Press
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Screen Printing - Soft to the Hand Ink Application: One option for a vintage look is reduced plastisol ink. This works great for white prints as its less thick than water base white. A reducer is added into a plastisol ink, basically watering it down to have a softer hand.
Screen Printing - WaterBase Inks: Water-based printing is a great option for creating a soft hand, distressed and vintage looks. Water-based inks are thinner and work best when printed on light garments or on a dark garment that has been discharged. After washing, the inks have a nearly absent feel to the touch. Another option for a vintage look is reduced plastisol ink. This works great for white prints as its less thick than water base white.
Screen Printing - White or Colored Discharge: Discharge is the process of removing the dyed pigment in a garment's fabric, leaving the fabrics natural color behind (a look similar to bleach), and replacing it with a small amount of white or colored pigment. Discharging works best on fabric that is 100% cotton or have been treated for discharge.
Screen Printing - Tone on Tone: Our tone-on-tone printing is created by a special ink mixture we have developed that slightly darkens the color of the garment while having almost no texture. It works on most materials and colors of garments.
Standard Embroidery: Standard embroidery can be done on shirts, jackets, hats, bags, etc. There are limitations as to how large and how small embroidery can be done as well as on which materials.
3D/Puff Embroidery: 3D puff (3D foam) is a technique where 2-4mm foam is placed under the top stitching of a design to raise or "puff" the surface, giving a 3D look to your embroidery designs. It is most commonly used on structured hats with logos that are simple. 3D puff does not work well on unstructured hats or with logos that have small details. You can also mix 3D puff with regular, flat sewing in most designs.
Patch Applications: Patch application is the technique of using a simple running stitch to adhere a woven or sewn patch to a garment.