The traditional process of sewing a design or fabric directly to a garment or accessory.
Digital Textile Printing (DTG)
A method where water-based ink colorants are printed onto fabric after a bonding pre-treatment. Heat is used to cure the ink. It is also known as Direct to Garment printing.
A printing process that uses extreme heat and pressure to bond designs into fabric.
An imprinting method in which the image is transferred to the fabric. Ink is squeegeed through a stenciled screen stretched over a frame and then cured in a dryer.
The process where a new dimension is created by applying heat and pressure to a 3-D mold to create an impression.
Also called tampography, pad printing transfers an image onto an object one color at a time by applying a solvent-based ink with a silicone pad.
The technique of decorating on fabric by printing a design on specialty paper and then transferring it onto fabric with heat and pressure.
Also called Laser Cutting – a technology that uses a laser to cut or sheer away fabric with the help of a motion control system.
For success with any decoration method, make sure you have the correct art formatted for the process chosen. Always consult with your decorator and test the decoration on the fabric prior to
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