Print, Heat Transfer & Embroidery

Updated: Jul 14

We work with a network of different suppliers offering a large and quality selection of printing, heat transfer and embroidery techniques.

Importance of Printing

Why Screen Printing? It has several advantages to business owners who want to market their company or private label. Screen printing is a very economical and professional way of Brand Development and the most efficient way to get your Brand on any article of Clothing.

Wearing custom clothing with your logo/design, company branding is the most affordable method of advertising. There is always chance that a person standing behind them in line at a gas station, grocery store, or event will notice the branding and this could be a possible lead or a future sale. So ask yourself the question. “Why not have your own companies branding featured as a walking billboard, and possibly generate new customers through day to day life”?

1. Screen Printing

Discharge/Water Based Inks/ Screen Printing application requires an ink to be placed OVER the fabric to transfer the ink. Discharge/Water Based Inks changes the color of the shirt fibers itself, this leaves the design embedded into the fabric of the shirt, providing a super soft print with almost no hand-feel. The ultimate way to print for a Vintage Look.

2. Heat Transfer/ Flock Printing

Also known as digital transfer, your custom logo or design is printed onto transfer paper and then ink is thermally transferred from the paper to your fabric using heat and pressure. There are several applications that can be heat transferred from Foil to Flocking.

3. 3D Printing/ Puff Printing

Want something that really pops? Puff screen printing is one of the most versatile printing techniques and so it works very well with nearly all garment types with the exception of garments which feature long fibers. Not many Screen Printers can offer 3D Printing/Puff Printing which is how we can take a Basic Item and make it extraordinary.

“Do you have a design in mind for your brand? Whether you prefer a screen print, heat transfer, 3D print or AOP, we are here to help you create your designs you love. Not many printers can offer these services, however we can take a basic item and make it extraordinary for you.

Better Cotton Initiatives Apparel Production by Six Label Ltd
Better Cotton Initiatives by Six Label Ltd

4. Dye Sublimation/AOP( All Over Print)

Is an innovative printing process that is regularly utilized to produce many Dri-Fit and Athletic style garments, resulting in unparalleled vibrancy and crisp graphics on polyester material. Dye sublimation printing is a two-step process that begins with a custom art file produced as a mirror image on a transfer paper, which is accomplished by a large format digital printer.

Dye Sublimation's process allows full fabrics to be custom dyed to your exact pattern/design or color for an advantageous method of producing a unique style.

AOP is a very similar process that is used to produced entire fabric roll printing/pattern designs. This results in a clean soft to the touch imprinting method on Cotton Based Goods similar to Discharge/Water Based Inks.

Importance of Embroidery

Why Embroidery? A well done embroidered design is always a quality method of giving off a good first impression. It gives your brand the professional look you require for your work uniforms, team shirts, school uniforms etc. It also gives off a perception that it is high value and has been designed carefully

Embroidery Techniques by Six Label Ltd
Sad Boy Pizza Embroidery by Six Label Ltd

1. Flat Embroidery

Flat embroidery is the most common embroidery used, it is where the decorative stitch is applied directly to the garment creating a flat design. Flat embroidery can be used for the most intricate and detailed designs without distorting the image which makes it one of the most popular choices for embellishment.

One- Stop Apparel Production Services
One- Stop Apparel Production Services

2. 3D Embroidery/ Puff Embroidery

3D embroidery or 3D puff embroidery is a technique where foam is inserted under the embroidery stitch to raise the surface of your design giving a three-dimensional look to your embroidery design.

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