T-Shirt Printing

Printing for t-shirts is available for short runs (50 or less).

The available printing techniques are Dye Sublimation, One color Plastisol ink transfer and full color transfer.

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Dye Sublimation
No minimum required!

Sublimation shirt printing is a specific process of printing that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring that image onto another material (usually polyester or a polyester mix).

The ink is then heated until it disintegrates into the fabric.

 

Note: The color white does not transfer in this method!

Any white color in a image will be the color of the shirt. 

 

This process is best for light color shirts.

we  can mock up any design for you to see how the shirt would look printed!

The process of Dye Sublimation shirt printing will not crack or peel over time, like other shirt printing methods.

One color
Plastisol Ink transfer

No minimum required!

Prints on 100% POLYESTER | 100% COTTON | POLY-COTTON BLENDS versatile heat transfer. These screen printed plastisol transfers feature a 325°F temperature application and dye migration blockers. 

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Full color transfer
5 transfer minimum per design required!

This process uses direct to film (dtf) heat transfers which are a great solution for your custom apparel full color graphics when you need lower quantities. These heat transfers are digitally printed and come ready to apply.

  • Matte finish - no shine and no tackiness

  • Sharp edge with no outline needed

  • Allows fine detail and free standing text

  • Lightweight and soft hand

  • Great durability

  • High opacity on different colors and types of apparel

  • Digital CMYK color palette - prints full color.

  • Recommended Fabrics: cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blends, triblends