Vector files are recommended for the highest quality print. These are ideal for artwork with areas of solid color or text that we would print with a method called spot printing. Vectors are objects, so no matter how much you enlarge the graphic it will remain crisp and clear. This allows for more flexibility and is ideal for logos and brand graphics.
.AI, .EPS, .PDF, .SVG
Logos, text, digital artwork.
Raster files are also accepted. We can take your layered .psd, .pdf, or .tif file types and prepare them for screen print. While raster images don’t have the flawless resolution of a vector image, we are able to blend colors to achieve a wide range of effects as well as photorealism.
.PSD, .JPG, .PNG, .TIF
Photos, scanned artwork.
The stencil of your graphic is printed onto a screen, and ink is then pushed through the mesh to transfer your graphic onto your garment. Each color requires a separate screen, but it produces high quality prints that will hold up for a long time.
Render incredible detail with crisp, clean edges in over a million vivid colors and gradients for decorating hats, outerwear, and other fabrics you cannot directly print on.
DTG works much like an office printer, except instead of printing on paper it prints directly onto fabric with waterbased ink. There are no limits on the amount of colors you can use, which makes it great for detailed designs. Because it does not have the set-up costs associated with screenprinting, it can save you money if you are doing a small batch of garments.
Hi-res raster image.
Small Short Sleeve 2.5"H×3.2"W
Digital Squeegee is a hybrid printing method that bridges the gap between DTG and traditional Screen Printing. It uses a screen printed white underbase and a digital print on top, giving you the photorealistic quality of DTG with the speed and savings of screen printing.
Hi-res raster image.
Create with no limitations! Sublimation allows you to print seam-to-seam in as many colors as your heart desires, on a large selection of products from apparel to home goods. First, a design is printed onto special paper. The inks turn into gas when exposed to heat, which combines with the fabric and permanently prints onto the fabric. The heat opens up the pores of the fabric, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form. The ink is embedded into the fibers which allows the design to feel like it’s a part of the garment (as opposed to printed on top).
Embroidery is a great way to elevate hats, outerwear, and fleece. Your artwork has to be “digitized” which is the specialized process of converting two dimensional artwork into stitches or thread. The thread colors are loaded into the machines, and the machine itself is programmed by the operator to sew the design in a particular sequence and speed.